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June 4, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Director Of YWCA Jvens Things Up (TTME9phrto by Ray Gray) BRIDE-ELECT HONORED .. Mrs. Vimant, Miss Vimant and Mrs. Hoenig, left-right, at a brunch last Friday honoring Miss Vitaant, bride-elect Miss Vinzant Honored At Saturday Brunch-Shower Miss Sarah Vinzant, bride- elccM. of Jeff Koenig of Lakeview, was the inspiration for a brunch and miscellaneous shower on Friday morning, May 31. In the home of Mrs. oioii!'oii:::;uiiTioiioiii,:iiiii n [[iiiiiuiiuiiMii 4-H Club News nnnni ii HI ininanniiifiniiiii mini niiiimniiiiiiiiniiii!!!!! FANTASTIC Butlerfield School was the scene for the May meeting and reports were heard. Clirislen Camoran reported on the county [log show and Jennifer Jordan on the youth council elections. The meeting concluded with a game of soccer. The next meeting is set for June 27. J e n n i f e r Jordan WOODLAND Kenny Maggi presented the program at the iMay meeting with a demonstration on fuses and circuit breakers. The club discussed project groups being organized this summer in archery, bicycle and clothing. The club will meet again June 27. Kenny Magg JEFFERSON Gun safety and circuit hrea kers were topics presented bj Randy and Gay Hepler at the. May meeting at Jefferson school. Beth Adderholt reported on 4 H Day at Silver Dollar City. Plans were made for meeting (Q participate in J-H Activit; Day J u n e 11. Beth Adderhol WYMAN Six members were present To the May meeting held in thi community building. Brian Chism was elected pre sident; Robin Chism. vice pre sident and photographer; Patri cia Pierce secretary; Stephani Estes, reporter and Sonyi Parsley recreation leader. Mr and Mrs. Walter Pierce main leaders and Pat Parslej Colcen Cowan and Beula' Meredith, project leaders. Stephanie Estc DELEGATES Siegle Bell, Chris Guinn, Lar rv Lyons. Eddie Paschal a n Ricky Witherspoon are deli gates to the Youth Conferenc on Cooperatives at Cain Couchdale this week. The conference, sponsored b the A r k a n s a s Stale Commitle on Cooperatives and conducte by the Vocational Agricultura Division of the State Depar ment of Education and th Cooperative Extension Servic opened today and will continu ihrough Friday. DISTRICT 4-H-O-RAMA District 4-H-O-Rama activi ties will be held in each of th eight extension districts i June and July. The Northwest District ( Rama will be July 17 on th campus of the University of A kansas. The top five seniors i each activity will attend th state event scheduled in Con way Aug. 12-13. F i r s t plac junior and senior winners each of 33 activities will receiv a trophy and ribbons \vill awarded for second throug f i f t h place. i Personals Greg, Matthew and Mar Holthoff of Ben ton are expect* to arrive tomorrow for a vis with their grandparents, M and Mrs. James L. Smith. .The will be here until Sunday. OPEN Custom Draperies Pbone for Free Estimate 442-4468 521-5693 AL LIND DRAPERIES 77)2 Haddoa .Ue. Fayetteville cndcll rive. Ward, 1018 Sunset Co-hostesses for the pre-nup- al party were Mrs. Dal Hol- ngsworth, Mrs. Ray T r a m m e l ] ui Mrs. Arthur Spooncr. For the occasion, Miss Vin- mt wore a floor-length trous- iau dress of brown and white heck. Her mother, Mrs. John Vinzant, was attired in a ng white dress accented with avy and red. Mrs. Lorraine oc'nig. the prospective bride- room's mother, wore a heige icn ensemble. Their corsages ere orange and yellow pom- om chrysanthemums tied with pricot plaid ribbons. Arrangements of summer owers were used ihroughnut ie house. In the living room, ardenias encircled the base of crystal punch bowl from hich guests were served cider- range slush by Mrs. Charles V. MacDonald of Fort Smith nd Mrs. Dwight Dodson. In the dining room, guests rere served chicken souffle piced fruit and finger foods rom copper and brass appoinl- nents. A brown hasket tiec ·ith apricot plaid ribbon, con- dining white daisies and yellow "uji chrysanthemums centered azel Deal and Miss Hele jraham served coffee from opper samovar. Further assisting were Mr ohn Luplon, Mrs. Frank I [awkins, Mrs. Walter Richard Irs. Herman Napier, Mr Jrad Waddle and Mrs. Fritz loore. They were identified leir corsages of tiny baskc f flowers, tied with matchin pricot ribbon. Miss Gwe Chesnutt, Miss Vinzant's cousi iresided at the guest book. The hostesses presented t! onoree with a serving piei rom her chosen china pattern Approximately 70 g u e s t ailed between the hours 0:30 to 12:30 o'clock. Qualifications Of Mutt Jones To Be Studied BATESVILLE. A r k . (AP) -en. Bill H. Wnlmslcy of Bales ille said Monday thai he wouk ntrotiuce a resolution at the icxt regular business d a y of he Arkansas Senate question ng the qualifications of Sen Juy H. "Mutt" Jones of Con vay to serve in that body. Walmsley said he would in reduce the measure even i (ones is nol at the session. Jones's qualifications havi jeen disputed openly since hi ^edcral income tax conviction in 1972. , Jones said Monday that h lad not given any thought t resigning and he said he prob ably would attend a special leg islalive session Gov. Dale Bumpers plans to call for late J u n e or eary July. Walmsley said he knew of no legal basis that would prevent the Senate from making an inquiry into Jones' qualifications even if the Conway senator chose not to be present. The Senate probably would be asked to set up a committee to conduct an i n q u i r y into whether Jones should be permitted to remain a Senate member!. That committee probably would propose ( h a t (he Senate approve or disapprove of Jones* qualifications and thereby determine whether Jones would be allowed as a member of the body. lable which was covered ecru cutwork cloth. Mr Couple To Observe Anniversary Mr. a n d Mrs. John Morri ill be honored at (.heir hori n the Habberlon Community Sunday afternoon. June 9, observance of their Gold Wedding anniversary. The couple was married Tune 6, 1924 in Madison Coun 1 Hosts and host esses for t occasion will be the childr of Mr. and Mrs. Morriss. Friends and relatives invited to attend between hour of 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. $fortfm*0t or MEN Tuesday, Jun* 4 1974 IHIHIHK Fruit Punches Quench Thirst Announcements By RUTH UUSAR BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) There is a poster on the of- ce wall which shows a broken ilrror reflecting an old house. "Those who cannot remem- cr the past are condtmned to epeat it," the poster reads. "Those words are what I live y," said Mrs. Beverly Rash- d. who last December be- ame the first black to head a WCA in Connecticut. As exec- tive director, she is trying to rcathe life back into what she alls a "degenerating" YWCA Bridgeport and to eliminate "Lady Bountiful middle lass image." "The YWCA was the original 'omen's movement. The YW as bee nusing the strength and nowledge of women to gel omething done for women." aid Mrs. Rashidd in an inter i-iew. "Traditionally and historical y the YW stood for empow rment, education and mobility if women in society as well as oncern for their input into ;ociety." In the 70-year-old Bridgeport YWCA there has been very ittle new blood, she said. "In other communities the Y wa at least visible even if its im age was erroneous. In the las 0 years in Bridgeport even ttii: did not happen. There wa lardly any non-white in volvement, the volunteer basi was limited, there were prac ically no youth programs and .here were limited class pro grams as well as no core o ;uccessful programs." She hopes to change the loca Y's philosophy, not to some hing new but back to what was. "It was founded for social ac .ion to create life, to improv iving conditions in the comnu nity as well as to aid irnmi 'rant women in the city bacl n its founding days." Mrs. Rashidd has fashione several new programs, in eluding Protel, in which dis advantaged non-whites taught office management b the Southern New F,nglan Telephone Co. "A lot of thes women type and do shorthanc but they don't have confiden in all-white situations." There is a finance series, di cussions for divorced ^wom and courses such as "An ii troduction to Third World po! tics." The programs always emph size that the YMCA is a worn Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Chucrh, 7 p.m Task Force on Child Protection, 612 N. College, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. University City Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. National Association of Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:30 p.m NWA Hairdressers Association, Springdate Holiday Inn, 7: p.m. p p.m , Add Vonillo Add a little vanilla to the apples when you are making appie pie or apple pudding. It gives a good flavor. Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7: n . Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio no N. colleg For Your Prescription Need* See Us QUAKER DRUG a E. Carter -- 442-CM CJty Parktag Lot IB Ren Wednesday Sequoyah KiwanU Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, County dub, » a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. All »iM| fiibics, cnilrfren One sitting per subject Addition*! subjects--Groups or »m fijnily-»1.00 ptr « No proofs--CtoOM from f portr.its (posts-our knjl Photographer M dity SATISFACTION GUARANTEED JUNE 4 thru JUNE · -- 10 AJM. to t Hwy. 71 B North at Rolling Hills Dr. 38 place working toword the mination of racism wherever exists, she said. The Y's center for creative sure is preparing singles eckend trips, theater for the ung and a black arts festival. The outspoken Mrs. Rashidd s been accused of being mili- nt because she often gives opinions en institutional cism. "I don't believe in a women's ovement of a civil rights ovement as such. The YW is oving toward a society t h a t mbraces everyone in an equi- ble manner." The Y and the women's ovement don't differ much, he said, except that the Y does ot spend time attacking men, ut rather in reinforcing its lembers. Instead of challeng- ng men it affirms itself, she aid. A former housing executive,' ocial leader and executive in leveland. Mrs. Rashidd said he believes the YW "has ben pioneer in women's rights nd peace and justice in the ountry and in the world. We to eliminate racism, pov- rty. war and to reshape the uality of the environment and o involve youth intentionally in eadership and decision mak- ng. We aim to revolutionize ociety's expectations of women nd their own self perception." WATCH HEFAIII ' ' ' · ' · / j, Tall, cool drinks are great for conquering the thirst that goes hand in hand with the heat of summer; however, the old favorites don't always do the quenching job they should. When that urge to have something different strikes, try a tall red Princess Ann. Recipe for a single glass or quantity servings are listed here so that you can enjoy it when you are alone, with the family, or entertaining guests. PRINCESS ANNE % c. canned fruit juicy red punch Z tbsp. grenadine 1/3 cup pineapple juice 2 Tbsp. heavy cream Mix all ingredients well, using blender if desired. Serve over ice cubes or crushed ice. Garnish with Hme slice, optional Makes 1 tall drink. PRINCESS ANNE 1 can (46 02.) canned juicy red fruit punch 1 c. grenadine 3 c. pineapple juice 1 c. heavy cream Year Round Garden Club will meet at 10 a.m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Joe Grumpier, 310 E. Lafayette St., to go to the lake home of Mrs. Walter Jolly. Members are asked to bring a covered dish. Jack Tidball Post Z722, Veter ans of Foreign Ware, will meet at 7 p.m. Monday, June 10, for an important business session. Shelton T u c k e r Post 27, American Legion, will have an important business meeting a 7 p.m. Thursday at the Legion Hut. All members are asked to be present. Woodland School Teachers-Staff Are Entertained Woodland Junior High School teachers and staff were entertained Saturday at noon with an appreciation luncheon prepared and served by Girl Scout Cadet Troops No. 63 and No. 3 and members of the Parent Teacher Association, Mrs. Torn Duncan and Mrs. David Meldrum. The Parent Teacher Associa lion presented the teachers two new canvas director's chairs for the teachers lounge. Others who have helped Mrs. Ateldrum in providing a treat {or the teachers lounge each month are Mrs. Ely Brooks. Mrs Lee Parker. Mrs. Jack Edmisten and Mrs, Frank Farrish; ^__ Mix all ingredients well; if using blender, mix up 2 half batches since blender container cannot hold full amount at one time. Serve over ice cubes 6r crushed ice. Garnish, with lime slices. Makes about 8 I drinks. cJLadulin Evelyn Hills Fayettevilk WE'VE MOVED TO EVELYN HIllS For Those Good Values . . . Come See Us . SWIFTS B NMtk Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa-Reupholstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . THE FABRIC Any fabric up to 14.00 per yard from any of four full Sine of books, including Kirsch, Craven, O.V.S., Dogwood, Midwest, Raskin . . . Hercalons, IM per cent nylons naugahydes, velvets, elc. . . . Any fabric NOT Scotchgarded we will Scotchgard FREE! THE LABOR Removal of ALL Fabric, Tying of Springs, rewebbing, gluing of Frame, repadding, wood touch-up, any other necessary repairs . . . ALL WORK GUARANTEED to YOUR Satisfaction! FREE Pick Up and .Delivery Wifliin a 25 Mile Radius Call 521-8815 3E. Mountain, Fayetteville An Exclusive Trunk Showing The Finest of Handmade Navajo Indian Jewelry from Zachary Co. Thursday, Friday and Saturday June 6-8 Mr. Phillip Zachary will lie at the Jewelry Bar, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. presenting cut turquoise selected from these famous mines around the world ... No 8, Tungsten, Lone lit, Bisbee, Blue Gem, Morenci, South American, Blue Diamond, Battle Mt., and the Fox. Come in and see the fine collection of extraordinary Indian Jewelry. Open Monday and Thursday nights until 8:30

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