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This 'n That About Town llni4lllini^HllllHMUIIlllllll|||flffl^||||fl ·'~ i ''^"'TTiiiimiii^iMii)w«n^»mT^»iTMlllmfmTlDMinfnMK)nlHHnBnirin By MARY ALICE PEARSOM Falls' S \iTr w i0 ['' e i! in ? w J* 501 " tnc summer season at Marble no\ in nTM? i i? !? · new resort » nd convention center U«( Uniw??/? r A"? J J S t sout)l of Ha "-'s°n- This summer sent' thrw £* °J A r k a n s a s ' s P«--h and Dramatic Art Deex. jii inrt'c rcDcrto 1 " 1 * *0n«f ji^*_i_-i T^_. «. par'tmpili'T,* Gd r lan Charlie Br °w." the highly popular mu "?"com^, ratl li g With u lhe Marble Falls Center to pre- l -" thc ' Peii TM's' cartoon strip; "Ten ' ' a m u i U In A R » - s caroon s r p ; en ula, old mclodrp'm M I n ' ' a . musical version of that ever-pop- ous Broadwav r^ l) !md B arcr °°t In the Park," the hi^ri- *U Simon; wUI be pre- ^ """t ° f its ki "d In t e n n l a l , celebration o b TM Amencan Revolution Bieen- "* Arkansas'lnlaide' "rh/VM- Art! U Center al the University Friday al 8 p m H' s I roi"S ? W ?TM wn - °" Thursday and kings and queens or FnS" * ? for theater rars - ' h e their own musk· rSetrv 8 ^ {," a drama lhat ri "« s with «ce will be S£Si TTelVftom I* £l p 0 '^ 5 ' The "« ° f - 6: John and t h e Opera £ The port I! fa " amg Duel1 - flutist at 8 p.m. on June J ^-5TM ^ '· ^ Sa " dra R h VUC ,, at the U '»TM«'l.v Theater on n We ^ Umvcrsit -V ? hcater ' Uarketles h B '' and «! iuul dall S"t". Anne, of Shreve- «° mc Wedncsd »y after a visit here with ' Rhea and War «° mc e n c s » y after a visit here with week's tdn m, ?v Sc £'? v , cs ' wh(1 hati J ust returned from a tTc yacht M ,-ri "?,, H° k r "'° ma £ ity U I - " 1th the ° W "W" of They left the R m . r i , n'' gc Cornmi '" of Oklahoma Cilv. .onvnU N C arrived Mrs. J Wa leave )f Hc " dei " N C r r n n ' r S n " ' () c " e i " Saturday to? a v:r h '" -.1 d u V l t h thc U ' S - Army. Wa er Gray rv l here lvlth hls Parents. Mr. and Phi The uie of Upsilon C h a p t e r of Bcia Sigma S i-nTa Ph" g V W ° rk at " lis lilllc to ^"^o wUh bigma mi stale convention June 14-lfi A unmhnr of conventTM, activities w i l l b e h e ] d in the Arkansas Unio^ _ And a nice note to us from Marcelia's mother, Marguerite Bent, came to IB last week from Clarksville where Dr. Bent Thev'TM W° n ±, Clen ! te ; lchill « at the CMe S? oi tlie Ozarlts. inStJ T? . \ e , for two years anfl ex P«ct I 0 remain for another at least Mrs Bent says Clarfcsville is the she Fav- fo nrrt ?l W f W , 1M1 f h ?' C i l m C here in 10:)5 wl1 TM " ' Be L ' ' ' ' 1 "* U n l V e r s L l j r amt C ° nti " l '« i l ° John Justls of Plaza Travel left Wednesday w i t h a number · Lillian Dyess of Slireveixirt, La., a former long-time resident of t ayetteville. is the house guesl of Genevieve Wasson Lots of her friends here will be glad to see her. of M? h ^°I! hla ?i l r erhof her Llplcrt Ellls ' nas k ' eight-year-old grandson spendinfi a vacation here with George Thomas Marenic. son of Mr. and Mrs William Mareme of Payetleville. has graduated from Haptis CoT lieulcnaiU in th "' S .' C -. anc ! w " s commissioned a second The Jim Hcfleys of Kayctteville announce the birth of a daughter, Kristen Suzanne, on June 2. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs. E. T. Littleton of Oklahoma City and Mr. and Mrs' Max Heflcy of Blytheville. Frances Butt placed second in the championship f l i g h t of the Spnngdalc Invitational Women's Golf Tournament iow Others from Fayetteville Country Club who participated in the tournament were Dorian Tuck, Lanev Higgins Bettv Boston. Ellen Smith. Phyllis Gilbert, Madeline Rose a n d Ruth Roller. Thc Fayetleville Women's Invitational Golf Tournament will be held Wednesday at Fayetleville Country Club. Nancy K. Napier, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Herman S. Napier of Faycfteville, graduated curn laude from Mount Holyoke College on June 2. The 137th commencement exercises was held on the 800-acre campus in South Hadlcy. Mass. iMniint Ilolyoke. founded in I8;i7 is a member of a five- college consortium which included Amherst College. Hampshire College, Smith College and the University of Massachusetts. Nancy is a German major. Addic Johnson and Irene Harrell have relurncd from Crossed where llicy visited Iheir daughter and granddaughter. Johna Howell, her husband. Ed. and daughler Michelc. The Howells are former residents of this area. Addie and Irene attended Michele's first ballet recital and were on hand lo celebrale her fourth birthday on June 3. Marie Munson and daughter. Lisa, of El Dorado are here for a visit with daughter and sister. Susan Davis, and husband Mike, and are housegiiesls of M a r t h a and Frank Davis. Basic Flower Short Course Accepting Pre-Regislration Pre-regislralion for classes in the fourth annual University of -Arkansas Basic Flower Shop Skills short course are being accepted for lhe week of June 17-21. Dr. A. E. Einerl. assistant professor of horticulture and director of the workshop, said \hf short courst will offer training and concentrated study in fundamentals of design and techniques. R. Weber MacFar- lanri, who owns the MacFarland Sshool of Floristry at Nastville, Tcnn.. will teych the cnuisc. "Most of thc actual course work will be with fresh flowers, foliages an! other materials." Dr. Eincrt said. "About 25 per cent of the time u i l l ho sprnt fa how-UKio lectures and o'.herj activities." Registration will be Monday, June 17. from 1 p.m. [o 2 p.m. in the Pomfret Housing Center. F u r t h e r information a n d registration forms may be obtaisel by contacting lhe Division of Continuing Education at the University of A r k a n s a s in F a y e t t e v i l l e which i s cooperating with thc A r k a n s a s Florists Association in co sponsoring the workshop with she University D«partmcnl of Horticulture and Forestry. Thrift Tip Replace a section of your clothesline with a small chain. Hangers with rtripdry clothes can be hung there so that Ihey will not slid* or be blown off. McAbee-Drake Miss M a r i l y n Jane McAbcc. OH., and is presently a business daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kel-accounting major 'al Shorter Ion McAbee of Rome. (ia.. will College in Home. Tlie prospcc- bccoine the bride of David Leon live bridegroom j-radu.iled from Drake, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grndy Higli School in At- Carl Drake of A t l a n t a , (Ja.. in lauta nnd is also a sludenl al an Aug. 16 ceremony at WeslShorU-r College lie is the Rome Baptist Church in Rome, gr.imlson of Mrs. M. T. Morri- 1 he bride-elect graduated from son iind the late Mr. Morrison Model High School in Shannon, of Faycltcvillo Stephan-Amis Mr. and Mrs. A. Stephen Sto- phan of Fayetteville announced the engagement nf their ilaugh- ler, Paula Elizabeth, to William D. Amis al an open tiouse in their honor Friday evening. The couple will be married in an evening ceremony July 27 at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Atlanta, Ca. Miss Stephan. a graduate of Fayctte- ville High School, received her B.A. degree from Urinnell College in Grinnetl. Iowa, where she was a member of (he AWS Board and was elected lo Mor!ar Board and Phi Beta Kappa. She was awarded a WoocJrow Wilson fellowship lo do gra duale work and received her Ph. D. degree from the University of Michigan in 1971. Miss Stephan is eiiiTenlly an assistant professor of economics at Georgia Stale University in Atlanta. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Thomas Brivtdus Amis of Ncwhcrry. S.C.. and thc late Mr. Amis. He received his B.A. d e g r e e from S warthmore College and his Ph.D. from lhe University of North Carolina at Chapel Hi. He is a professor of sociology at Georgia Stale University. Salsbury-Pendergraft Mr. and Mrs. Herman Salshur marriage of their daugliler Kimberlie Sue to Robert Eugene Pen- [lergraft. son of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Pendcrgraft of Gateway. Miss Salisbury is a 1974 graduate of Fayetteville High School and plans to altend thc University of A r k a n s a s this fiill. Her fiance is a 1973 graduate of Pea Ridge High School and is employed in Springdulc. The wedding will lie an event of June 22 at Zion Missionary Baptist Church in Lowell. Sumner-Mitchell Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Sumner of Tulsa. Okla., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sii/aime, to John Thomas Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mitchel of r«-th Little Rocjt.' The bride-el* is a 1974 gra- luate of the^niversity of Arkansas where she was corres- xmding secretary for Phi Upsi- ~n Omicron, a member of amma Sigma Sigma, Tau Alpha Upsilon, Senior Key Award, and Agriculture Stu- dcnl's Assncialion Blue Key r r c i p i o n t. The prospective bridegroom received a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering at the University where he was president of Alpha Phi Mil. professional fraternity, and is employed in Barlselville. The wedding will be Aug. 17 at thc First Baptist Church in Tutsa. 'Swinging Singles' May Be Just An Illusion i SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -'tic image of t h e swinging »infile woman, the "swingle," may be just that -- an image"Reality poinis to a varied picture: today's unmarried voman definitely cannot be ypecast, which is particularly rue if where-to-live preferences are any indication." So reports Robert W. Gaher, president and chief executive ifficer of Concn Mortgnge Co. headquartered here. Gaber notes that many single vomon are economic - sccnrily conscious but, rather than carching for Mr. High-Salaried Male to support them Ihrough ife, they seek stability on their own -- through their careers, riendships and choice of residence. TRKND REFLECTED "The trend i.s reflected cur ·enlly in burgeoning numbers f single women today renting apartments in older neigh)xr- oods. 'Tnslcad of 'automatically op- ing for the 'swingles complex.' vomen carefully consider a umber of factors before sign ng leases." he notes. Gaber lists some of the at- ribuies of older apartment tuildings o f f e n . ciled by .single /omen: --Diversity in renters' ages nd backgrounds. Numerous inmarried women view rentals i older buildings as an. oppor- unily to associate with a wide lix of ix?op'.e -- not solely hose of Iheir age or m a r i f a ] tatiis. "Fronjucntly, younger singles ay Ihcy appreciate h a v i n g old- r persons near to counsel icm -- (n gi\ r e them g u i d n n r e nd stability," Gaber observes. --Privacy- Women venters, oint out that there i.s litllc \ re.ssure to socialize ' w t l h ' cighbors in recycled a p a r t - 1 icnf houses -- "It's a matter of individual preference, n o t inaiirigemcnl policy." one explains. --The charm, character and tradition accompanying an older dwelling and neighborhood have special appeal to certain prospective renters. PERSONAL DECISION "Ultimately, the selection of an apartment -- or condominium -- is a highly personal decision. What is one woman's dream dwelling is unolh- erjs nightmare, ' Gaher adds. "Some single women simply prefer (he yesteryear charm of an older building to a new or modern structure." --Locale. Renters ·-- increasingly energy-conscious -- are turning to renovated apartments close to town in order to eliminate or reduce commuting. "Further, women who work lon^ hours often choose lo reside near llieir employment so t h a t when their job day is over, j they can bo linme in 5 or 10 j minutes," Giber says. He stresses t h a t (his recent pattern by no means precludes Jie continued development of single-oriented apartment complexes. Beta Sigma Phi Plans Complete Approximately 500 members of Beta Sigma Phi and their husbands and escorts will attend the stale Beta Sigma Phi convention in Fayetleville ihis weekend. June !4. 15, 16. Mrs. Robert Patrick, general chairman ol the convention, also announced lhat Gov. Dale Bum- l»rs has declared the week of June 9-16 as Beta Sigma Phi Week in Arkansas. Following a general theme of "Stairway to Stardom." the three-day program of forums, banquets and entertainment, is described as a "blast-off for a galaxy of fun," according to Mrs. John Galloway and Mrs. Doy Zachry Jr., co chairmen. Registration will be Friday afternoon at the Fayetteville Holiday Inn at 3 p.m. Opening the convention at 8 p.m.. will '')e a party, "Molls and Mob- slers al the Hideway" in the main dining room of the Holiday Inn. Mrs. John Meason is chairman of this event. Saturday morning at 8:30 o clock al the Holiday Inn a special breakfast honoring Gir of lhe Year candidates will take place. Mrs. Patrick will introduce judges, all from the state of Missouri, who have pre viously selected lhe winner. Forums will begin at 10 a.m. The topic, "Star Qualities I o r Membership," will be the theme. Mrs. Farrell Conner will preside and introduce Mrs. Patrick To bin who will narrate an original skit. Participating will be Mrs. Cathy Hale. Mrs. Bill Williams. Mrs. Joe Haney and Mrs. Stanley Saunders. Also, Mrs. Betty Huffman, director of Beta Sigma Phi Field Services from Kansas City will speak briefly. "Luncheon at the Coconut rove" is the luncheon theme to be at 12 noon al the main ballroom of the Arkansas Union al lhe University at Arkans A highlight will be a style show wilh members of the local chapters as models. Mrs. Bill Jones and Mrs. Selh Young are coordinators. The 1974 S t a t e Girl of the Y e a r w i l l be crowned at thc awards dinner to be held at 7 p.m. in the Arkansas Union main ballroom. Mrs. Nelda Rowell of Pine Bluff is the reigning Slate Girl of the Year. Ed Reimers, announcer, actor- narrator who is national education chairman for the American Cancer Society, w i l l be the banquet speaker. "Dancing al the Stardust Lounge" lo the music of the Wabash Cannon Band w i l l follow at the Fayelleville Holiday Inn. Sunday morning, following b r u n c h al the Holiday Inn, a bid will be accepted for thc 1975 convention. Chapter scrapbooks will be on display in the Gold Room. T h e convention w i l l adjourn after the closing ritual al 11 a.m. Mrs. Tobin and Mrs. Bill Waite are co-chairmen for lhe affair. Special enlertainment. tours, fishing -and golfing are planned for husbands attending on Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Conner is convention- publicity officer. A Lovelier You Listen and be assured of an audience when it is your turn to speak. The woman who is a good listener soothes a speaker's ego and is recognized as a w i n n i n g example of courtesy in a careless world. A mannerly person gives a speaker her undivided attention, and she usually receives the same when she begins to speak. Such a person hears and understands all that is being said, while the listener who lends only half an ear remembers only half of the message. A good listener looks at the speaker, while others allow their eyes to f l i t around the room. NorthwMt ArkonMt TIMES, Sun., Jon. 9, 1*74 · 31 FAVITTIVILLK, AftKAMIAt '~ Daily Calendar of Events Today Northwest Arkansas Archeological Society, Fayetleville Library, 1 'p.m. Ozarks-Nebraska Get Together, Bentonville Fairgrounds, I p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p. m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour 3-war rafi* For Your Prescription N*«d S«Ui QUAKER DRUG K E. Center - 442-424* Clly Parking Lot li Re»r Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mother's Day Out, First Baptist Church, Monday through Friday. 9 a.m. to iz noon ; Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozar kLanes, 10 a.m. Fayetteville Board of Realtors, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Board of Adjustment, City Hall, 3:45 p.m. Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary, VFW ,VFW Hall, 6 p.m. Whit* Patent w/Meth Black Patent w/Me»h THE FLORSHEIM SUNTIME SANDAL What other* way to go in th« sunshine than in beautiful genuine sandals from Flor«heim. Quality, comfort jk and stunning fashion or«n th« hallmarks of iunfun from Flor*h»im. WOMEN'S SHOES--Streel Floor 28 WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL *css »aler in lhe body dt* to build up a' piemcnsliual period can be uitcomfort able. X-PEL... 3 mild diurelic, will he : Hi lose e:cess body natei nefti! C ' « * i ( . Northwest Arkansas Plaza A P O E M written hv REV. RALPH HOYT anr! read hv him al the HOYT FAMILY MEETING in Sfamfnrd, June 2l) r l^fifi -OUR FAMILY NAME-- \\'e sir? our n a m e , hul r.n to cl.iini rridiily of o!hrr; N'fr rtoos it Claim In riimc w n t i Fiinic. Vo( '(:.·; wilh honor hU-nilod. For II nnd O, in J [ n ( . .ni know. From Honor Is lir^wlr-iL I know ihr m^^( v ^t mrv^ly; In sooUi 1o mo, our pedigree Semis r n i h r r -- '·HoyU--loLlv/' Harl !( hcpn mine in h«* I ho Virc- The palr;an-h (hicimitifr U'neriT wo Jiavc p n i w r - w p .-hoj:1 Kach o t h r r row by-- n u m h n.imo--fnr w r i-«n of t h i n ^ 1 O Pi h A A|i soils' of t h i n j ^ 1 OK Pi her : Or stortCi-- Kviifn »* Iralhcr. fJa r. make H la w a nil px-fr a fRnt cannrrt p;rV H prefect. k Yet what it worse, ran wnle VPJ-50, As apiirtul ai-a nx'kct! An honest name- -that i.i (he j Of W A P Is r.o1-A Tniilor; Nor rto CTJ «P H-O-V-T Spell "s^(x^(]y ipcrulalor;" Nor lend i(* aid lo "(rU-kii of I r a . Xor tr appMud Or s ( a : n a roputar^i A ffcncious name -'.r OI l/Jcrnl-Ai( hrrRhlly burning. Arrf open i1s r!»or and ample iioros To atl the tr;be r o l u r n i n a As VTP are titrt, wilh / r - i i v e cheer f.ikp Jack a n d J o n n y Horn or To ic]l mr tsle ArA ia»lt o;ir *l«, ]' th* ar.oicr.l f h . m r f y cvjincr, It kr\fs ronuncf, and *e, th« ?lanoe ;P. jv*ulh Afirl hf silly. In e v e r y A r l il hoars a pa:t In p v r n - Pinfossion. A n r l ivilfi t h e Prc-ss il »M»;PS "] rlnu-v, lhe f:frcc.s1 = :1 emrff al'nns. if Wll !'. ]CAr n!nx«1 i'!i .n;: - nnrii'. av.'l i^arii Upon i h o scroi), t h e O'e a l l lhe Plate, the HC!M An-1 |[vilt w:itc are spreadir-tr; And p ixip^c sa y (ha t CYC ry ri,i ' -\\Y hnvr a h:rth. a n r l - vv.sJdjrs' H i ' , 2 . * | ] 3 n t h a n d ' . - « r ' ] ) l i ' l llic l, ir .. UMh Ffoodflm's sin-; a n ' 1 *fan«ii:rn And Siamfnrd lo'.in. n f o!il i f n o i v n W r ' l l m c r TA l r i J v h , M M c - l . An 1 ! ncv^rmrire he rriM. HOYT FAMILY MEETING Paid for by Dick Hoyt NEW LOCATION (Formeriy Brown Seed Store -- Just Off the Square Has Moved 14 Mile West Of The Holiday Inn HELP US NAME OUR STORE, AND WIN YOUR CHOICE OF $150 IN MERCHANDISE OR A BRAND NEW LAWN MOWER Just Fill Out the Coupon Below, including your choice for our new name, your name, address and phone number. Bring it by our old store anytime this week. On Friday bring it to our new store Our old location will continue doing business thru Friday, June 14. On Friday both stores will be open. We will be doing business at our new location only starting Saturday, June 15. Enter Your Choice For Our New N*m« Here -LAWN GARDEN CENTER Name ... Address Phone Winner will b« announced «t 12 nxm, $·., June 15, ot our new location. You don't hay« to b*j present to win.

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