Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 5, 1974 · Page 7
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June 5, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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At Class Reunion Members of the 19«4 senior class of Greenland High School held a (en-year reunion Saturday night at Wyatl's Cafeteria. Of a class of 31 persons, 19 members were present. Seated, left-right, are Tom Lee, Miami, Okla.; Pat Williams Watkins, Greenland; Judy Ta- Davis and Carroll McCoy Keith, Fayetteville; and Larry Shaffer, Dallas, Tex.; first row standing, Donna Hughes Dennis,' Winslow; Shari Martin Rickard, Benlon; Pat Bachman Pabsl, Poteau, Okla.; Arlene Mullen Burkharl, Blytheville; Julia Ware Scarborough, Little Rock; Linda Iloke Smith and Carolyn Cordell Gayer, Greenland; and standing, second row, Jim Crider, Greenland; Ronnie Ramey, Winslow; Randy Center, Greenland; Cecil Alderson, Fayetteville; Bill Lunsford, Dallas, Tex.; Lonnie Watkins, Greenland; and Bill Alexander, North Lille Rock. Invocation was given by Bill Alexander, Tom Lee, class vice president, gave the welcoming address, and P a t Watkins and Judy Davis were in charge of the program. On Sunday, an open house was held at Greenland Elementary -School. (TlMESphoto by Ray Gray) Fair Plans Complete The Fourth Annual Ozark Native Craft Fair with exhibitors from at least five states will be held June 21-23 at Ml. Gayler south of Winslow on Hwy 71. A permanent building is being constructed as an annex of the Ozark Native Craft Association for this year's fair and those to follow. There will be booths both inside and outdoors. Demonstrations of baskel weaving, potters wheel, wood carving, weaving, doll making Jewelry making, lathe work and numerous other crafts will be held. Exhibitions will include rugs woven tablecloths, bodsprcad-s, leather work, all types of wood work from rolling pins to rock ing chairs. Itandmade quills painted c h i n a , art, books, hand crafted knives, jewelry, h a d crocheting and knitting, whiti oak baskets, pottery, jellies candies, macrame items, ririec flower arrangements, ham' made dolls and many others. Prizes will be awarded fo the most attractive display best of show and most imiqu craft. Judges for the fair wil be Bill Ramsey of Prairi Grove, Richard Barbour o Winslow and Betty Ilutcheso of West Fork Sorority Gives Shower For 215 Club, Inc. At the Ozark Guidance Ccn- r, Inc., recently, Gamma phu sorority of Spring dale ave a shower for the 215 Club c., Alcoholism Rehabilitation enter. Members of the Board Directors of the 215 Club , and other interested in viduals from the four countj rea of Benton, Carroll, Madi m. and Washington were pre int. A group of Northwest Arkan is citizens interested in provid- g alcoholics with rchabilit ion and reintegration into the immunity have established the 5 Club, Inc. The 215 Club. Inc. has a oard of Directors to assist in ason with the community ?gards information about the enter, advise regarding policj, r the Center, develop rules re ulalions and guidelines for th enter, and' establish qualifi a Lions fo remployes of t h ( enter. This Board of Director onsisls of representatives ach Alcoholics Anonymou roup in the Area, plus OPEN Custom Draperies Phone for Free Estimate 442-4468 521-5693 AL UNO DRAPERIES 2792 Haddon Ave. Fayetteville Fruit Frosting Fruit cocktail mixed wil rown sugar and spooned ove sheet cake tben baked in ot oven for 7 to 10 minute nakes a delicious frosting. ·eprcscntalive each from tt Medical Association, the B a Association, the Ministerial A iance, Arkansas Social an Rehabilitative Services, and fch ublic School System. JTortbtw Bt ArkattBao Glimra or MEN Wednesday, June 5, 1974 ·) 7 Couple To Note Silver Anniversary WINSLOW -- The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bob White ol Winstow will e observed with an open house Sunday, June 9, from 2 to .m. at their home. Hosts for the observances wi e their sons, Roger, Geralc and Kevin and daughter, Connie. All friends and relatives of ,he couple are invited to attend .Colors Coat Nails A collection of fingernail lacquers just introduced allows a woman to coat her nails with lovely early morning fruit and flower colors. Blended with a drop 01 fros' or a drop of cream, the collec- 10n features six fresh as dawn hades to accent pretty palelj colored spring fashions. Births iiiiiiitiiiiinniniiiiHiiiffliiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiifliiMimiiiiT REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. William D Sloan of Fayetteville, a son May 31. Mr. and Mrs. Camels D. Fitt of Fayetteville, a son. May 31. Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Jefferson of West Fork, v daughter, May 31. Mr. and Mrs. Travis W. Jenkins of Springdale, a son, May 31. Mr. and Mrs. Larry O. Langley of Springdale, a son, June 1.' Mr. and Mrs. James M. Hefley of Fayetteville, a duaghter, June 2. Bridge News First place wlners In Sunday afternoon's Duplicate Bridge were Doug Dorland and J o e Scott. W i n n i n g second alace w e r e Mr. and Mrs. toy Barbee, and third place went to Mrs. Joe Rodman and Mrs. George Roller. On Monday night, Joe , Scott and Bob Munday won first place, Mrs. Joe Scott and Bob Borengasser, second p l a c e , Mrs. J. A. Laner and Mrs. Roller, third place; Mr. and Mrs. Barbee, fourth place; anc Mrs. Robert E. Brown and Bill urpny, f i f t h place. The Monday night club tour ament will be held next Mon Tempting pink and peach shades are available in the cream lacquers. The frostec lacquers feature flower pink, an early morning rose tone, sunn coral, and brilliant eight o'clock orange. When color wakes up in thi. morning, it is fresher, truer than it will ever be again. Am so are these dawn-dappled nai" lacquers. day, June 10, *nd Uw Sunday afternoon tournament will Uk« place the last Sunday in June. Tin TIMES U On Top of The N«w» Seven Doy« a Weefc Removal of Unwanted Hair Permanently -- G«n»ly -- Safely on Face, Arms, Legs, Body by Electrolysis (the only medically approved way) Licensed by the Stale of Arkansas Phone 521-3540 LEIGH'S CLINIC Office Hours: Thurs. 9:39 a.m. 7:60 p.m. Fri. 9:30 a.m. -5:00 p.m. Sat. 9:30 a.m. -12:00 noon uiiuiiiiiiiiH^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-wB? 530 N. Col tee* For Your Prescription Needs .SeeU» QUAKER DRUG ·O. E. Center -- 442-4M* City Parking Lot In Bear Thursday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. till noon Plal Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. Year Round Garden Club, Meet at 310 W. Lafayette and go to Lake Home of Mrs. Waller Jolly, 10 a.m. Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon j Senior Cfizens Bowling, Ozark Bowilng Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Fayetteville Bicentennial Commission, 200 W. Center, 3:30 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Far West Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. iii^^ JCPenney B O O O Q O Father's Day Gifts Save $10 Reg. 49.95, Sole 39.95 Rechargeable 8-dgit Pocket Calculator w/ floating decimal % key and constant function. (Similar to Illustration) Now 2488 ScMck Hexmabc Shaver. FoH head that's soft and flexible for a dose, clean shave. Travel case and minor included. Now U88 Set** Hot Latter Dispenser. Electronically heats cream for a comfortable, dose shave. Now 1688 GXene Max tor Men. The styling dryer \ two-speed settings. Comb and brush attachments. You and Your Friends Are Cordially Invited To The Grand Opening Of HOLLYWOOD SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, JUNE 8th and 9th FROM 12:00 NOON UNTIL 8:00 P.M. Refreshments Will Be Served SAVE HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS DURING OUR GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION Next to Wyott's Cafeteria 3340 North College JCPenney auto center sale ^ 25 off steel belted radiate Steel Sport Radial. Features 1 steel belt, 4 rayon belts, 2 polyester radial plies. For imported and small domestic cars. Mo trade-In required. Tire size 1S5R-13 165R-13 165R-14 155R-15 16SR-15 Save 9.99 10.24 10.74 10.74 11.24 Reg. 39.95 40.95 42.95 42J9S 44.95 Sale 29.96 30.71 32.21 32.21 33.71 + led. tax 1.72 1.93 1.99 1.92 2.17 Survivor sleel belted radial tire. Features 1 steel bell 4 rayon belts and 2 rayon radial plies. 70 series wide profile. No trade-in required. Tire size BR70-13 ER70-14 FR70-14 GR70-14 GR70-15 HR70-15 LR70-15 Save 10.74 12.99 13.24 13.74 14.24 14.74 15.99 Reg. 42.95 51.95 52.95 54.95 56.95 58.95 63.95 Sale 32.21 38.96 39.71 41.21 42.71 44.21 47.96 + fed. tax 2.28 Z79 3.04 3.18 3.22 3.42 3.86 Shop 9-9 Man., Thur*., Fri. 9-5=30 Tues., Wed., Sat, Save $ 10 H»o, 49.99 a pah-. Sate 39.99 a pair. JCPenney air ad|ustable shock ab*orb- en wHh heavy duty 1 3/16* piston. JCFennty Shock AUorbtr Guarantee I) a JCPenney Original Equipment Replacement, Front Overload. Rear Overload or Air Adjustable Shock Absorber (ails doe to Sefecls in malarial or workmanhip. or wear out, within 2 years Iran date en purchase, or 24.00O mlM, whichever comes first, and while Ihe original parchastr owns the car. we wil rer*» the Shock Abaofber at no extra charge. Just notify us and present your proof ol purchase. Tkere wi» be art additional installation charge gntoM ·» Shoe* .Vworber was originally installed by JCPwmey. 370 Off wheel alignment service. Now 7.21*, Reg. 10.77 Vour car it given a inspection, camber, easier and toe-in adfusted, and steering wheel portion it centered. Road te*4 indHded. ·mod American ·nd many foreign cars. Your JCPenney Charge Card Shop 7:30-9:00 Mon., Wed., Thurs., Fri. 7:30-5:30 Tues., Sat.

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