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June 1, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

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Luncheon Honors Bride-Elect Mrs. Enrl N. William's cnler- taiiiL'tL iUnncliiy \vi(h a brtdus- maid's luncheon at her Ilium- honoring Miss Hltea Louise SheUon, wlio.hccaint; the liriilc tif Dotiglus Linn Wilson cm Tuesday at SL Paul's Episco- pal Church. Pictured, Icfl- rislil, ure Mrs. George Shelton, jis[cr-iii-hiw at (he honoree, iHrs. Henry Augustus Allen III of Hii/en, her sislcr, Miss Mama Ann SEurltun c»f Moulder, Colo., another sis lei', and the bridc-to-hu, Mrs, AT- Icn was her sister's matron of honor and Miss She]Inn wits maid uf honor. Mrs. Shclton iv as in charge of tfoe guest hook at ihc reception. (TIMESphoto by Ray Pray) Ups'don Chapter Has Home Tour, Discusses Arts members of Upsilon Chapter of Beta Sigmn Phi met this week at the home of Mrs. Tony Aldritlgc;. Prior to the business meeting, the group toured the home of Dr. ami Mrs. J. B. Hays. Tliis c u l m i n a t e d the year's s t u d y of the chapter program booklet, "Paths of Loveliness." Home planning and architecture was the; specific to- uiu of this last program of the year. Dr. and Mrs. Hays' home is an example of a. home designed lor its own selling as well as the use of the owner. Mrs Hays led the tour ami din- cussed main design features, suitiibilily of the house to the terrain, and showed examples of Tine art and interim' docomt- iiif* as it fits the needs of her family. Mrs. Donald F a r r e l l completed fiie program by dtscussint: how arch ilecl lire is not jnsl temples, churches, and grea buildings, but i combination o! engineer! nt;, fine arts ant praclicNil a r t . which idoall achieves strength, In-mily a n t ' u t i l i t y in a s t r u c l u r c v Historical structures and planned restora ions in the area were discuss ed. Mrs. Dick 0'Council presided iver the business meeting am' 11 I r o (E n e e d guests, Connie Thornton, M a r y Klingamau, mil member-advisor, Mrs. Joe ooch. She auuouccd the ap joinUncnt of 11 cluipter con stitutton comtniUce to review )y-laws composed of Mrs. Pal robin. Mrs. Ron Ripple am Mrs. Tom Cooney. Program c h a i r m a n , Mrs Farrell, announced the progran of the year was presented b\ Mrs. Tony Aldridgc and Mrs Seth Young and they receivcc first place ribbons and achieve ment charms. M rs. 0' C mi ncl I n a med thi f o l l o w i n g new commiltci chairmen, Mrs. Ripple, mem bership; Mrs. Roger Slvoh social; Mrs. F a r r e l l , program Mrs. Selli Y o u n g , ways an neans; Mrs. O'Connull. yeat book; Mrs, Bill JusUss, service: Mrs. FaiTcll, sunshine; Mrs .Tnstiss, publicity; and Mrs Tobin, telephone and scrapbook Gifts were presented to men hers t r a n s f e r r i n g , Mrs. Gcorg Comba, Mrs. Aldridge, a n i Mrs. Richard Nordstrom. Mrs.. Aldridgc s c r v e cl parly sandwich 1 o a f, olives part sanilwich loaf, olives chips* tea and coffee. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Saw West of Fayelk'ville a n n o u n c e t i l l ' engagement and approaching marriage of tlu-ir daughter, Angela Marie, In Tony Curtis Chilclress, son uf Mr. a n il Mrs. llc'iiry Chilllrcss, also it I-'ayelli'ville. A s m a l l \vcd ding is p l a n n e d for S a t u r d a y ~ . Expression Explained "It's r a i n i n g cats and dogs' is an expression sEiid to baye originaled in 17th Century England when great numbers of starving eats and dogs ran wild. After a cloudburst, many of them \yere found drowned in the streets. People .seeing so many dead animals, believed it had actually rained cats and dogs. Announcements iBiisiiBi"' r ::ii';: is: .:sr -51::! · lii'-jiiii- A in e r i c a n Association Anieriean Association of t University Women will have i u])t!M board meeting al 0: a.m. Tuesday in the home Mrs. Olho Milton, 2233 Elai Street. ASSES · - ENROU. TODAY FABRIC CITY Sigg Hostess To Sorority Mrs. Ray Sigg was hostess members of Delta Chi Chap r of Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday -erring at her home. Mrs jug Slov,all. president, con iclecl the business meeting. The transferee ritual and Ih Inal of jewels was given t rs. Larry Crane, who trans n-Bd here from Hoi Springs. New committee chairmci Ulined their programs for ne\ ear. and the fireworks stan 3 be held July 3 and 4 at Spe Marl nl tlie corner o evcrett and Poplar Street as discussed. Other event aimed are'an ice cream soci; i June ID at tlie home of Mrs om Riales and a barbecue o .ily 20 at the home of Mi'f tovall. A gift of appreciation wa iven to Mrs. C. A. Biriwell fo er assistance as advisor to Hi Kapler this year. Secret siste: ·ere revealed by each prt- enting a ciiaracter of her siste ncl giving her a gift. Mrs. Stovall was ijonored wil surprise baby shower. ,'liite linen cloth covered U erreshmcnl table with a hh nd pink stork flanked by bli andles in silver camUetmldei entering Hie table. Bine ar ink satin streamers ran tl englh of the table, and tl ike was decorated with lork and booties. Champagi uincli was served with cak l i f t s to the honoree wci .rranged in a baby doll bugg il front of tile table. Births R E G I O N A L MEDICAL CENTER Mr. ami Mrs. Larry itrnuss of Slilwell, Okla., laughter, May 28. Mr. and Mrs. William B. He lei'son of Fayettcville, a Hay 28. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley larncss of S])ringdale, a so May 28. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell ·'owlcr of Fayettcville. a so May 29. Mr. and Mrs. Carl K. Bun of Prairie Grove, a son, M 29. Mr. and Mrs. Michael of'ers of Springclale, a so May ·'.. ./or OMEN Saturday, June t, 1974 0 S ··IIHM^^ Seniors Entertained Vashington County Panhel- cnic Association entertained Northwest Arkansas High School .seniors and their moth- with an informal Coke a i l y a( Fayelleville Country Cluh on Tuesday a Tic moon. The purpose or the party was to acquaint girls with Greek life on college campuses. Information on sororities w a s displayed and all questions answered. Pictured, left-right, are Mrs. Ervan Wimberly, new president of the Panhel- lenic Association, Vickie Brunson and Jean Ann Killian, seniors attending, and Mrs. Ed Bullington, past president. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) Shower Honors Bride-Elect A miscellaneous shower, nnoring Miss Marsha P e e l e ride-elect of David Kcnslow. as giveii recently in the home ' Mrs. Charles Wucst, Hwy East. Mrs. Robert Peele, the bono ee's maternal grandmother. Irs. Edna Slinkard. and Mrs. uanc Kenslow were special nests. The bride's chosen colors of recn and white were carried ul on the gift table and in pring floral arrangemenr hroughout the 'home. The hostess gitl was a plattei n Miss Peele's selected china pattern. An interesting news account denoting the formality of t h a I ra, reporting a bridal shower or Mrs. Robert Wucst m 191 vas read by the hostess. Past Matrons Install New Officers Newly elected officers were nslalleu in the recent incotmj of the Past Mnlrons Club o lie Order or the Eastern Star. Mrs. Virginia Pricketl out ?oiu; president conducted tin .nslallalion services in tin home of Mrs. Mary McConnell. Tlic new officers are Mrs Dorothea Colcman, president Mrs. Nell Vilil Pool, vice presi dent; and Mrs'. Mary Cotter man. secretary-treasurer. There were 15 member present and thank you note i'e read from guests \vh attended the luncheon earlie this month sponsored by Ih clul) for Mrs. Louise Hendersor the slate worthy grand mat rot: Refreshments of ice ercan strawberry shortcake. ]umc and coffee was served. The hos less was assisted by Mrs. An Fan ar. Household Hints Wax your ash irays befor placing ttiem out fo - use. Ye wil] be able to wipe Uiem c!ea with a disposable tissue, an smoke odor will not linger. EVEREST 40ENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS 1 SALES Fayctteville Drul E. Side Squire 442-7341 ]!i[ni!i!i:a«i!i!i«]i]ii iHNii nni iiiiiiiiiii ii iiniiimi !nni!!ini!i!iiinim ^ Daily Calendar of Events Today AI-Anon, Wiggins Mclhodisl Church, 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Mclhoriisl Church, 7 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafctorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio t* Herfiwilcs rtnre S3) N. CWJcce For Your Prescriptio See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-42M City Parkin;; 1*1 In Rr«r Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1 : 30 p.m. Memorial Service, Confedcrale Cemetery. 2 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Ffospital, 7 p.m. At-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. WlinilHIIBIHWIllfflM GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jewelry. Underwood's oil W. Dickson, Fayettnilte, cJLadulik Evelyn Hifli Fayettevilb WE'VE MOVED TO EVELYN WUS For Those Good Value* . . . Comr Sfe Us W-, i Girl Scouts Burn Flag In Ceremony A flag-burning ceremony was \ducled Thursday afternoon Woodland Junior High School] members of G i r l Scout oo[) No. 63. Woodland Principal Jerry aniel presented the Cadelte oop, composed of junior high udenis from Woodland and imay, with a wind-torn neriean flag from the school's igpole. In disposing of the flag pro- rly, the Cadettes cut the lion (blue background with ars) from the flag, burned it ·st, and then added the -rest the f l a g to the fire. Woodland students were in- ted to watch the ceremony. Inch took place in an open rea behind the school building, rina Page, planned the event earn the Active Citizen lallenge. Assisting were ninth raders Patty Homer and Allion Level; eighth graders Kahy Kirby and Carolyn Gregory; nd seventh graders, Rene rannon and Arden BLair. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. imics Rohrbach, Mrs. Charles urner, UofA student Pam ice, and Mrs. Dabney Branon. College Women Name Officers Associated Women for Hard ig College held Its May meet ig in the home of Mrs. Phil 'ixon to elect officers. New officers are Mrs, Jerr, 'anenhauer, president; Mrs arl Carpenter, vice president Irs. John Buck, secretary irs. Phillip Sanders, treasurer Irs. Jack Gray, reporier-hist r i a n ; and Mrs. Lawrence Skel on, project chairman. The group meets the Firs 'uesday afternoon of eaci lonth. TRAMPOLINE LESSONS 10 One Hour lessons 1st Session Begins June 4th If Interested Call Lauren Kennedy · 521-5899 or 442-8581 RECOVERY ROOM'S SPECIAl-OF-SPECIALS Standard Sofa or Hide-A-Bed 139 Includes Completely Reupholstered THE LABOR THE FABRIC Any fabric up (o S10 per yd. from our full line of books Kirsch, Craven, O Us, Dogwood, Rushin Midwest - Ilerculnns, 100% nylons, naugahyde, velvets, etc. Any fabric not Scoichgard- ed we will Scotcbgard FREE PICKUP and DELIVERY WITHIN A 25 MILE RADIUS Call 521-8815 or Come to 3 East Mountain Removal of all old fabric (ying of springs, re webbing, glueing of frame, repadding, wood, touchup and any other necessary repairs. All Work GUARANTEED To YOUR Satisfaction. THANK YOU My Thanks and Appreciation to the People who voted and supported me in my Race for Washington County Treasurer. Sincerely, JOAN PERRY Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exclusive - June 2 family, The Death Defiers: A Different Breed of Athlete "There's danger in my sport. What else can you colt it when you're guing 200 miles per hour in a machine that }uts no brakes and can be spilled or sent airborne by changes in wind or water condition." HiU Muttcey 9 Hydroplane Racer Wftetherit'sracingon water or dry land, dimbing a cliff or jumping off of one, there's lots of danger. Family Weekly's Larry Bortstein in a Sports Extra this week examines the fears and fancies of eight sportsmen who play the odds off of playing fields. Meet them and learn how they got started and what it is that keeps them defying death. They make even pro-football seem like childs play. In your copy of the WE'RE BANKING ON OUR NEW DIRECTORS A Fayetteville resident for many years and former City Attorney of Fayetteville, David R. Malone currently practices law in that city. In addition to his law firm, Malone is involved in retail business; Toy Fair, in the Northwest Arkansas Plaza mall. He received his BSBA and JD from the University of Arkansas. He also worked at the U of A as an Assistant Professor of Accounting. He has been listed in the Who's Who in Colleges and Universities. A native of Beebe, Arkansas, David now lives in Fayetteville with his wife, the former Miss Judy Huff, and their son, Mike. David Ma lone FAYETTEVIILE'S SUBURBAN BANK Bank of Elkins MGMWMT MEAST 1-643 213

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