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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 10, 1974
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Off To Hawaii Members of ChoraleUes of Fayetteville High S c h o o l chose Hawaii, with a two-day stopover at Disneyland, f o r the annual summer trip and are pictured prior lo departure on June 1. Bottom row, left-right, are Teresa M»- gnire, Bev Staggs, Debbie Stockbnrger, Sberri Bradley, sons of Mr. and Mrs. B o h Gaiidy holding the sign, Cozy Bartlefi, Randall G o s s and Jean Ann Killian. In the lop rnw, left-right, are Margie Neal, Susan Freeman, Bohhi Willhite, Cecily England, Jan Dilfin, Rene Moore, Scott Whiteside, Jeanie McKinney, Don Wright, Pat Wright, David Starr, Vicki Carton, Jim Wooley, and Mr. and Mrs. Gartdy. The group will return to Tills a today. Rebekah Lodge Is Visited By President Springdale Rebekah Lodge No. 28 honored the president of the Arkansas Rebekah Assembly, Mrs. Evelyn Ylngst, with a reception at the I.O.O.F. Kail in Springdale at » o'clock last Thursday night. A short program arranged by the noble grand, Lorene Smith assisted by vice grand, R o s Morris, was presented. The in vocation was given by Leah Stewart, past noble grand. Of ficers were presented and introduced by lodge deputy Katherine Morton, gifts were presented by Elva, p a s t noble grand. Mrs. Smith gavr a short history of the lodge Mrs. Ruth Perry was honored as a 52 year member and pre sented flowers during the program. State officers among those present were Betty Brewer marshall, Bonnie Parker, war den, both of Mountain Home Lucy Reynolds, vice president Dorothy Bagly. and Addie Woodall of Hot Springs. The reception table was cen tered with the president's flow ers. carnations. Cake, cookies nuls. mints, coffee and p u n c h were served. ·····iiMinH tforltonr at Arkansas TTT /or WOMEN Monday, June 10, 1974 *) 3 ·iiiiMmiiMuiiiiiiRiiiiiiiniiiiinHiiiiiiiiiiiiinHH Today A Woman's Word By The Associated Press Here are some quotable quotes from women during the week: "If Israel wants peace, we'll have to keep some Arab land and give back some, in the same way men and women must compromise to get along. My husband and 1 have been happily married for 23 years because of give and take." Mrs. Shulamit Aloni, head of Israel's Citizens Rights movement and the only woman in the new cabinet "I still think it was wrong tn make tapes without telling participants you were taping them." Anne Armstrong, presr dentiat counselor, speaking ol While House taped con versa tions in an interview. "I always wanted lo finish my education." Maria Winley, wtio went back for her elementary school diploma after a career as housewife and moth cr of 16 children. "The commission has chosen to issue an edict barring the people from exercising their re ligious beliefs through the use of fircrackers. Although you exempted farmers and ranchers from this rule, you made no exception for persons to use fircrackers in accordance with religious custom which has existed for many, many years." Rep. Patsy Mink, a Chinese- American, in comments to the Consumer Product Safety Com mission on a federal firecracker ban. "T must slay here T want to be here in case Thomas walks through the door one day. I know he is still alive. I have faith. It's all that has kept, me going for the last five months It is the uncertainty that is so soul destroying. But I have f a it h, you see. Yes, I have For Buffet Table Make a colorful, festive gam ish for your buffet, table by filling golden canned cling peach halves with fnrit or vegetable relish. If you like, spice the peaches first. Simmer them gently for five minutes in their syrup with a little vinegar, whole cloves and a stick of whole cinnamon. Cool and. drain before using. dosage fr pecfioRS preeisriy. DoTt fcwease E. Sfcto S«|war* --442-7345 W* Pfck Up mnd Prescriptions ith." Tngeborg Niedermayer, hose husband, Thomas, a Ger- industrialist, was kid- apped outside Belfast last ec. 11. Achieve New Look When a woman becomes ored with her appearance she n choose from a multitude modern products developed i help her make a change. One ' the most effective and inex- ensive ways lo creale a new ook is lo frost or tip the hair. Adding a touch of color, frosl- ng emphasizes the hair, laking it appear to hold riking burst of light. To reduce this look, hair all over ' 3 head is lightened so that blends or contrasts wifh the atural color. Another look which can be realed with the same frosling it is tipping. In this process "!y the small h a i r strands round the forehead anc raples are lightened. HlMIHIllIIIllMH Daily Calendar of Events Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary, VFW ,VTW Hall, « p.m. Fayetteville B PW Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1, FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. La Leche League, Mrs. Hamdy Taha, Springdale, 8 p.m. LONDON (AP) -- The Royal ilharmonic. which plays a y role in London's musical e. is starting a new and lucr ive venture with an Amerian-run institute in Switzerland. The orchestra signed a con- act to spend two weeks each immer for the next five years ith the Institute for Advanced usical Studies at Montreux. Members of the orchestra eing a professional musician, udents at the institute. The rchestra plans to record the ttnplete series of Dmitr hostakovich's 15 symphonies Montreux. The students uil t in at rehearsals and record gs and learn what it's like ·ing a professional music an. "This is a new form pf musi «l education." said the in itute's director of develop l e n t Daniell Revenaught merican pianist and conductor ho c o m e s from Louisville y.. and was previously associ ed with the University of Cal ornia. "For a student who is mak g music his career, it is not nough to learn music itself hat is it like being a profes onal? What are the working ours? How arduous are the re earsals? "Our students wil atch the Royal Philharmonic t work and find out for them ·elves." PAYING VENTURE It promises to be a paying enture for the Royal Phil'har nonic. which will get $750,00 rom it over five years. Even with grants from the ritish government-backed Art ouncil and royalties from ·ecordings. that kind of wind all is more than welcome fo ny of the five hard-pressed ymphony orchestras which jear the brunt of London's con ·ert life. The institute was started las ummer and most of the slu ents thus far have been Amer cans. They are selected fo ieir talent and pay no fees. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tout 2-w»y IB etectnwde* itec* 1ft* 520 N. CoH*g« 44J-2323 For Your Prescription NwU SeoU QUAKER DRUG C E. Center -- 44Z4tM City Parking Lot In Rear Tuesday Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9'30 a.m. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon American Association of Retired Persons, Chapter 731, Hill crest Towers, 2 p.m. Planning Commission, City Hall, * p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Order of the Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Kennel Club, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, 7:30 p.m. Rock Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, S p.m. ·mwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiMiuMiiiiii CENTER STAGE TRAVELING COMPANIONS by Center Stage are ready to brichten vour summer in town or away. Sharp houndstooth checks in royal and white with solid royal and white coordinates travel duty free in double knits of 100% Encron polyester, the fiber that lives. Mix and match the shirt iacs pants, slart and mock turtle shell round trip. Misses sizes 6 to 20 $10.48 to 128.98 ^^mjg^^. /* ^ 1 I! « Campbell- Budget Fashions · Street Floor OPEN MONDAY AND THURSDAY NIGHTS TIL 8:30 toyal Philharmonic Starts New Venture Goldenrod Club will have i amily picnic at Blue Springs on Beaver Lake on Wednesday at 12 noon. FtydtevUte Dnf E.«d»Smure 442-734I GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and Jtwelry. Underwood's Announcements Colonial Garden Club will meet for a covered dish luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Frank Lee, 1125 Sunset, with Mrs, Warren Banks as co-hostess. A brief business meeting will fallow the luncheon. Perennial Garden Club will have a work day at Washington School at 9 a.m. Thursday. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Don»H C. Richards of Siloam Springs, · son, June 6. Mr. and Mrs. David H. Dearien of Springdale, a ton, Jun» 6. SUMMER FUN Since the hot time of the year is here why not step into "Time and Place" shorts and halters by "Lev! for Gols". Choice of Navy and Red. Halter S-M-L $7.98 each shorts 5-13 Junior Shop Second Floor Open Mon. and Thurs. Nites Til 8:30 Frontier puts a smile in every mile to Dallas and StLouis. Take advantage of a good schedule and good connections east and west. Next time you have business in Dallas or St Louis, consider this. Driving at today's speed limit you're on the road seven hours or more--and that's tiring. Take one of Frontier's jet-props and you arrive Iresh and rested in less than two hour* --pampered an the way. Frontier gives you a choice o* fve flights a day to the two cities--wtth a wel l-timed return schedule, or convenient connections to cities farther east or west. For reservations to Dallas or St. Louis, call your Professional Travel Agent. Or Frontier: 442-7307. AT. Dallas 1M»ajn. 3:02 p.m. 9:45 pjn. V.StLooJ* You really get a better deal

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