Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 8, 1974 · Page 3
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 8, 1974
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MRS. JAMES PAUL BAKER .. .was Miss Linda Kathleen Wilson before her recent marriage at Central United Methodist Church in Rogers Baker-Wilson Vows Exchanged Central United Methodist Church in Rogers was the scene at 8 o'clock in the evening. Sunday, May 19. for the wedding of Miss Lintia Kathleen Wilson and James Paul Baker. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emory A. Wilson of Rogers, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. .lu^nila Burns of Bcnlonville and James Fred Baker of Indianapolis, Ind. The Rev, Tom liarnelt performed the double ring ceremony before tiered candelabra and arrangements of yellow roses and white gladioli. Miss Elizabeth Walker presented a program of nuptial music. Miss Unda Ryan of Rogers umi Miss Pamela Burns of Bcnlonville lighted the candles. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a format- length gown of white satin with, rose lace trim. Her fingcrlip- length veil of illusion fell from a matching headpiece and she carried a bridal bouquet of white [lowers. Miss Kathy Wilson, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a yellow satin dress designed with an empire waistline. She carried yellow roses anrt white carnations. Robert Burns served his brother as best man, and David Burns, another brother, and Lowell Wilson, brother of the bride, were ushers. Mrs. Wilson wore a blue polyester floor-length dress wilh a corsage of yellow roses, and Mrs. Burns also chose a blue floor-length dress and a corsage of white carnations. A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson followed the ceremony. Mr.s. Virginia Campbell and Mrs. Debra Wilson, sister-in-law of the 3ride, served punch and cake. After a trip to Lost Bridge Village the couple is at home at MO Kinkaid in F o r t Smith. Tho bride is a 1972 graduate of Fayetteville High School and is employed as a denial assistant in Fort Smith r h e bridegroom', a 1971 jraduate of Bontonville High School, is a radio operator for .he Arkansas State Police in Fort Smith. Church To Honor Pastor And Wife The 20th anniversary a n d homecoming services at First United Pentecostal Chnrch, in honor of the Rev. and Mrs. Ray Hassell, will be observed this weekend, beginning at 7:30 o'clock tonight. The Rev. James I.nmpkin will speak and the Northsicle United Pentecostal Choir of Fort Smith will sing. On Saturday at 7:30 p.m., the Rev. Donalrl Deck, international youth president of the Uniter Pentecostal Church, will speak, and there will be special singing. The Rev. Mr. Deck will speak on Sunday at 10 a.m. and again at 7 p.m. Dinner wil' be served at 1 p.m., in the basement of (he church. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB MIDDLE FORK VALLEY There wore 16 members and _2 guests present, for the June meeting at (he community club when the club was hns to members of Whits; Rock Club. Roll call was answerd with a get-acquainted session with members and gtiests listing bio graphical informatin, occupation mid hobby. Mrs. Lawlon Cox presented a program on quilting and the walls of the club house were hung with many quilts belong ing to members. The quilts clis played were, in many cases heirlooms and also new ones made by the members. A " buffet dinner was server and the table was decoratet with a centerpiece of wildflow ers flanked by lighted oi lamps, carrying out the them' of an old-time quilling party. Special guests wore Mrs Mary Gilbert and Mrs. Nini Coffey. MEETING DATES Extension Hotnemaker Club in Washington County will mce according la the followin; schedule June 11-21: June I I : White Rock, com ·munity building, 10:30 a.m. June 12: Combs Chapel, Mrs Stanley Polls. 10 a.m.; Elkins community church, 1:30 p.m., Fishback, community building 1:30 p.m.; Goshen. Mrs. Clyc! Benson, 12:30 p.m.; Meadov Valley, community building, 1 a.m.; Monitor club house, 1 a.m. June 14: Baptist Ford, clut house. 11:30 a.m. June 18: Bethel Grove, Mrs Vclnia Buckner, 1:30 p.m. Winslow, Mrs. Boby Joe Center 7:30 p.m. June 19: Growing 59nrs, Firs State Bank. 1 p.m.; Zion-Oak land, Mrs. Frank Terry, 11 a.m June 20: Highland, clu house, 12 noon. June 21: Home Lovers, Firs State Bank, hospitality rooi l):30 a.m. NON Is For Parents NEW YORK (AP) - "To gain acceptance for Ihe non- larent lifestyle is our main ob- ective," says Carole Goldman, ational executive director for lie National Organization For S'on Parents (NON). A slim, brunette mother of wo teen-age boys, Mrs. Goldman emphatically states NON s "not an organization 'of non- arents but 'for' non-parents." A concept which originated a ttle over two years ago in alo Alto, Calif., NON stresses iie awareness of lifestyle op- ions and the need to ease so- ial pressures that coerce indi- ·iduals to have children. A non-profit organization, ils lalional office is in Baltimore, ilarylnnd. NON was started by d handful of persons who expressed the same interest. "Through the work of its nine iriginal members, NON now laims a membership of 2,000 with chapters throughout the United States. LIFE WITHOUT CHILDREN A structure which embraces arents, non-parents, grand- larenls. non-grandparents and iingle persons alike, NON goes me step further than Women's -ib or Planned Parenthood in hat it offers the individual a choice -- a life without chil- Iren, Mrs. Goldman says. She' says her position as a arent is ofen quesioned in ·elationship to NON. "People ·»sk. 'What is the thing lhat has neaning for you?' or 'How do ·ou fit into NON?' "I know," she explains, "that vhen I had my first child there vas no confusion in my mind as to whether or not r was to lave children. I was raised and -onru'lioned to understand lhat I vould marry and have children. "But when 1 look back, I realize that I really didn't have a clujice. I never did ask myself, nor did my husband ask. Should we have children? 1 We didn't have any option. "Would I make a different decision today? Well, that's a 'cry difficult question to answer in retrospect. I'm very lappy in my role as a mother. It's been a good life for me." But because it's been good 'or her, Mrs. Goldman says it doesn't necessarily follow that t is "good" for everyone. As a parent she's concerned that Deople make responsible decisions and she feels responsible decisions can only be made when there are accepted options and well thought out reasons. ~ ELIMINATE PRESSURES She says, also, there's a _reat need to eliminate the social pressures and questions to which the non-parent is so often subjected. "For the non-parent NON' is something special. It offers the support of other people who believe 'in the non-parenthood lifestyle," Mrs. Goldman says. "Because (hey have been under such tremendous pressures, ivhat we call pro-natalist pressures, or pressures which urge them and actually condition then] to have progeny, they see their association with NON almost as a ray of hope," she added. Quite a few of the pressures stem from the unrealistic picture presented by TV, she says. She claims family situations and problems are presented in a way that would have viewers believe all problems of childhood guidance are easily resolvable. Proper preparation, is needed to make a good decision, she notes. Very often the child coming into a home situation is for- goUen; the reasons people choose lo become parents are often reasons that don't have a lot of validity -- lo give their parents grandchildren, or perhaps to save a rocky marriage. A realistic perspective, she says, is very much, needed, especially now when people have to consider the economic strain placed on parents and the community. A miscellaneous shower lonoring Miss Heather Glidewell, bride-elect of Donald Lee McDonald, was given the afternoon of June 3 in the home Mrs. Charles Wuest. Hwy. 5 East. The honoree's mother, Mrs, V.E. Glidewell and her aunt, Mrs. W.G. McKinney of Rogers were special guests. The bride's chosen colors of yellow and blue were carried nit on the gift table and the lorai arrangements throughout he house. The centerpiece on the e f r e s h m e n t table w a s ashioned with yellow roses and 'aisles flanked by silver candlesticks holding blue tapers on a Chinese cut-work cloth. Miss Glidewell will be named Sunday in Central Methodist Church of Rogers. Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Davis of Searcy announce t h e engagement and forthcoming marriage Q[ Iheir daughter, Patricia Ruth, lo Craig Jay Brown, son of Dr. and Mrs. Connell J. Brown of Fayetle- ville. Miss Davis is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Haley of Batesvitle and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Davis of Citrus Heights, Calif., and her fiance is the grandson of A. E. Taylor of Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Brown of Everlon. Miss Davis attended State College of Arkansas in Conway and is now a student at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine in Little Rock. The prospective bridegroom graduated from the University of Arkansas af Fayetteville and is also a student at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. Vows will he exchanged ai First Raplist Church in Searcy at 3 p.m. on Aug. 31. Officers Named Activities Told By Legion Group The regular monthly meeting I of Shelton-Tucker Unit No. 27, American Legion Auxiliary, was held Thursday night at the Legion Hut. Johnsie Dean, president, presided, colors were advanced by Virginia Earls and Jessie Patterson, prayer was given by Nora Bee Lingelbach and the pledge and preamble were rcpated in unison. Mabel Maddox. Veteran's Administration-Veteran's Service representative, reported lhat birthday parties will be held at the VA Hospital on June 12, 13, and 14; game night will be June IB, and a coffee hour on June 27. Poppy chairman, Virginia Earls, and Mrs. Dean, president, thanked the group for their help with the successful poppy sale. Shelton-Tucker Unit No. 27 endorsed Frances Rogers of Lincoln as Northwest area vice president. Nora Bee Lingelbach presented (he following slate of officers and they will be installed at (he June 20 meeting: Essie Padgett, president; Johnsie- Dean, first vice president; Virginia Earls, second vice president; Lora T o d d , secretary; «ni luniininimi liiinniiniiinniiuiinmiiiiwni ·minium Announcements mini i inniiiim iniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiH iiiiiiiiiiiniMiiiiiiiiiHi T h e June meeting of Newcomers Club has been cancelled, and the next meeting will be held in September at a new place and a new hour which will be announced in advance of the meeting. POLICE TRAINING DICK HOYT INVITES YOU TO COMPARE QUALIFICATIONS DICK HOYT OPPONENT Graduate, CID School (Top 3 In Class) Graduate, Ark. Law Enforc. Trig. Acad. in Toxi meter School (Top 3 In Class) Graduate, Civil Defense Am. Police School Explosive Ordnance Ret- onnaisance A Explosive Sabotage Course All Diploma* Available For Your Inspection Special One-Week Course at Ark. Law Enforcement Training Academy Diploma 7 Paid by Dick Hoyt Auxiliary Plans Family Picnic Plans were made for a picnic by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fayelteville Fire Department at their monthly meeting Tuesday night at the Central Fire Station. Chicken, baked beans, salad and dessert will be on the menu for the picnic to be held Sunday afternoon at Walker Park. M r s . Billie McArlhur, president of the auxiliary directed the meeting wilh Mrs. Jane McWhorler giving the devotions. Mrs. Mary Miller was ap pointed vice-president for (he group and Mrs. Barbara Wright won the mystery package. Following Ihe meeting refreshments were served to the seven members present. Shower Honors Bride-Elect Couple Honored At Party FARMINGTON 1 -- Mr. and \lrs. Junior Neal of Farmington were guests oF honor at a surprise drop-in reception in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Hosts for the event were their daughter, Mrs. Judy Dees of ^otcau, Okla., and their s o n , Wichael Neal of Fayetteville. Mrs. Diane Ogden and Mrs. Candes Wilson served at the reception table which wai decorated with silver and c r y s t a l appointments. T h e centerpiece was a silver bowl "Hied with Queen Anne's Lace. The anniversary cake wa? opped with the. bride and iridegroom miniature figurines used on the couple's wedding cake. The house was decorated with resh flower arrangements, w e d d i n g pictures and mo- nentoes of the c o u p l e ' s loneyinoon. M rs. Nea [ wa.= presented an orchid corsage. The couple were married at Ummers May 28, 1949. The twin weed eaters! Weedie Needie will devour all your weed and problems! For free demonstration write, call or come in. How to Wanda Curtis, treasurer; Nora Bee Lingelbach, historian Mabel Maddox. parliamentar an; Jessie Patterson, chaplain and Linda Dempsey, sergent-at arms,Named to the executiv soard are Audrey Lightfoofc Susie Rochier and B i l l Car ill. Delegates to the state conven lion in Little Rock on July 12, 13, and 14 are Essie Padgett, Johnsie Dean, Virginia Earls, Wanda Curtis. ' Bill Carroll, Jessie Lee Murphy, Susie Rocher and Lora Todd. Delegates at large are frene Morrow and Nora Bee Lingelbach. and alternates are Audrey Light- 'ood, Linda Dempsey, Hattie Japko, Floy Gulley, Jessie Patterson, Lottie Carney. Hazel Phillips, Flo Stapleton, Agnes Thrasher. Billie Winscolt and Naomi Alha. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Padgett, Mrs. Earls and Mrs. Dean. Mrs. Maddox and Mrs. Todd will be in charge of July refreshments. WEED EATER For more information fill in coupon below. Name Address City Phone LAWN EQUIPMENT SALES P.O. Box 611 . S21-7071 FayiHteville. A r k . Jiiiiiiiiiniiiuniii Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al'Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio 530 N. College | For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 442-42M City Parkin; Lot In Rear Sunday Northwest Arkansas Archeological Society, Fayelteville Li brary, 1 p.m. Ozarks-Nehraska Get Together, Bentonville Fairgrounds p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p. m. ·»llltNCTn!l!;l!lll1lB!l;i'Milli!iCT Recovery Room's Special of Specials! Standard Sofa-Reupholstered $139.00 Complete. or Hide-A-Bed . . . Includes . . . THE FABRIC Any fabric ·» U l».e» per yard from any of toor hill UK nf hooks, iecMJng Ktrsch, CriTem, O.V.S., Dogwood, Midwe**, Rnkhi . . , Hernta*, 1M per cent nytom ntBgihyrtes, if If tin, etc. . . . Any fabric NOT Scntchgarded we will S-o4rbi»r* FKEE! THE LABOR *mOT»l of ALL Fabric, Tying of Sprints, rewebbmg, ghring of Frame, reftMimf, wood t««»«p, air oUwr ·ecessary repairs . , , ALL WORK GUARANTEED U YOUR Satisfaction! FR5 Pick Up and Delivery Wftin a 25 Mile Radius (all 521-8*15 3L Mountain, EayeHeville Saturday, June 8, 1974 0 3 Dr., Mrs. Deaton Will Observe 50th Anniversary A reception lo celebrate the Ih wedding anniversary of Dr. nd Mrs. A.N. Deaton of rairie Grove will he held unday in the Trinity Methodist hurch hall in Fayetteville. The daughters of the Dcatons, rs. Jaync Granger of Spring- ale and Mrs. Patricia Self of ayeltcville, are giving the 2:3D m. to 5:30 p.m. reception iu nor of their parents \vho were arricd June 12, 1024. All iends and relatives are invited attend. Births rM;:i:ii!i:'' -liinr:;! ··niniiii"'-!!!!! 1 . v -"ii:,, 3 REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Mattke of Fayetleville, a daughter;, June 5. Mr. and Mrs. Ronny D. Whitt ol Fayelleville, a son, Jujne 5. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy L. Pierce of Springdalc, a son, June a. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Q. Friday of West Fork, a daughter, June 5. A Great Gift For Father's Day Boy with Dog Going Fishing (Mineral slab) $300 Boy wilh Dog $2OO By uniting bronze, children anrt minerals, Malcolm Moran has become (he leader of the contemporary metal sculpture movement in America. His work can be foiind in the private collections of Bin" Crosby, Kdgar Kaiser, Clint Kastwood, Mrs. Robert F. Kennedy and Elizabeth and Itidiard Burton, U name jnsl a few. The sculpture of Malcolm Moran, inspired by his own three children, evokes the nostalgia of a simpler life. A mile girl painting: a s m a l l boy with his dog going fishing; a carefree boy Hying his kite; and many more. Malcolm has chosen only a few select dealers U exhibit his works. Underwood is happy to be the one selected for Northwest Arkansas. Underwood 9 * J * w * l « r » o f SUMMER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT: Men. through Fri. 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M. to 1:00

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