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June 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Party Held in Morning Personals Mrs. Frcida Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. R. U Manning of Strathroy, Ontario, Canada, parents of Dr. and Mrs. R. Manning of Prairie Grove, rrived by plane Tuesday to ttend the wedding of their firsi grandaughter. Miss Margaret Ann Manning to Frantz Batten- ield on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fldler ond daughter, Frances, will arrive Friday from Seattle Wash.,Gto Friday from Seattle, Wash., to attend the wedding. Mrs. Fidler is the former Miss Dorothy Manning, sister of Dr. Manning, (TTMESphoto by Ray c.va:.'i COFFEE HONORS BRIDE-ELECT .. .Mrs. Bamposs, Mrs. Gardner, Miss Gardner and Mrs. Lewis, lejt-right, at /he Saturday morning coffee given by Mrs. Bumpass and Mrs. Lewis honoring Miss Gardner Mrs. Herbert Anderson Lewis Jr.. and her daughter, Mrs. Ronald Bumpass honored Miss Cindy Gardner of Springdale, bride-elect of Herbert Anrlerson Lewis III. son and brother of the hostesses, with a coffee Saturday morning. The Lewis residence on Washington Avenue, the scene of the party, was decoratet with mass arrangements of yellow daisies, white snapdra gons and magnolia blossoms. Assisting in the dining room where the table was coverec with a white cloth trimmed in lace and held silver candelabra with yellow candles and flora arrangements of daisies and snapdragons, were aunts of the prospective bridegroom, Mrs John Lewis, Mrs. Tom Lewi and Mrs. Kay Chappell, and hi great aunt, Mrs. Helen Lewi Bocquin. Assisting in the living room were Miss Kim Chappell anc Miss Julie Lewis, cousins of the iridegrrom-to-be. Miss Becky Lewis, his sister, and Miss Karen Kennedy. Special guests were Mrs. Dale Martin, the prospective bride groom's grandmother, Mrs Bert Lewis, his great grand mother, and Mrs. Ronald Gardner Jr., m o t h e r of the bride-elect. All received corsages of yet low daisies, the bride-elect's chosen color. Approximately 150 guests call ed between the hours of 10 a.m and 12 noon. Tin TIMES Is On Top of The Newt Seven Days a W*«k Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Daniels of Prairie Grove, a daughter, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Omohundro of Fayetteville, a daughter, June 7. Mr. and Mrs. RoiaM K. Baker of Sprinfdale. a daa(b. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Walker of Delaney, diufhUr, Jon* 7. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Potter of Rogers, a son. June 8. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Baker of Spring-dale, a daughter, Jun» Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Munyon of Evansville, · son, June Sears 3 Days Shop Sears 10 A.M. Only! To 9 P.M. Daily Sears 1.6 H.P. Canister Vac With Powermate 8 Kings And Queens Humorous ami tragic moments in the lives of English monarch* come to life on (he stage at the University Thms- day and Friday nights when University Theater presents "The Hollow Crown" at 8 'o clock. Actor kings and queens of Britain pictured are Jack Mahan, John S. Pattern and Wesley Edwards, hot- torn row, left-right, and Thom- as R. Harper Jr., David O. McQueen, Gale Byrd, Kaihie Johnson and Danielle Patrick, top row, left-right. (T1MES- photo by Ray Gray) mmrrnm ........ amilim ..... imilllllllimillllllUIITO-ilililllir iilllllS IIIBlllMIIIIIIIPIK S5itrtfm*Bi or MEN FEO Allocations* WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Federal Energy Office is alln- ating to each state for this nonth at least 90 per cent of its ujie 1972 gasoline supply, ad- ust ed for growth. Administrator John C. Saw,ill said Monday the FEO rte- ided on this over-all allocation evel--requiring a drawdown of bout 4.4 million Wednesday, J urn 12, 1974 f BiimiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiMimiiiiiiiiiyimairayiiiiiiiiKiiiiyiiiiiJ Announcements , Dinner Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. Greg Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beflrden aand Mr. and Mrs. Jim McCord entertained Saturday evening at the McCord home with a supper party honoring Miss Ann Lubker and Mike Fib.hugh who will be married June 29. The buffet table centerpiece w«s of wild field daisies in a white porcelain pitcher. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fitzhugh. parents of the prospective bride-groom, and Gene Fity.hugh, his brother. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob White, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McNair. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Woodruff, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bumpass, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keadle. Miss Cindy St. John and Neal Sullins. Oulof-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark, Artie Gregory and Mrs Gloria Norman all of Little Rock. The gift to the honored couple from the hosts and hostesses was a barbeque grill and rotis- seri. Wants Job NEW YORK (AP) -- W h e n someone mentioned there was an opening for a film coordinator at City Hall, actor Carroll O'Connor quickly shot back, "Give it to me. Give me a desk Prepared childbirth classes will he held at 1:30 o'clock tonight at Grandview Apart ment 128. Highway 71 South Jan McGibbony will be the in structor and information ma be obtained by calling 521-8796 or 521-7201. Petunia Garden Club wil meet at !:30 p.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Allen Loyd 16 W Poplar. Haitmon Married PEORIA, 111. (AP) -- Davi Hartman, 39, star of Ihe forme NBC television series "Th Bold Ones," was married Sa urday to Maureen Downey, 3C of Los Angeles. Alumni Attend Banquet Approximately 170 alumn and guests attended the Elkin Alumni annual meeting and janquet at the Elkins Elemcn ary School Saturday. F o r r e s t Atha, presidenl directed the business meetin which included officer electio Tor the coming year. The ne\ officers are: Tyrone Vinson president; Jean Carrigon. vice president and Helen William secretary-tresurer. State Senator Jim Caldwelt o Rogers was the princip speaker with a selection of go pel songs by the Ward B o y Quartet as entertainment. The six children of Mrs. Fa nie Cam'gan, each a gradua of Elbins High School, were a able to attend the event wi their 82-year-old mother. iasoline from barrels of inventories --to H'lp ensure there would be nough gasoline for the vaca- ion months of July and August. Apologies TRINCE GEORGE, B.C. AP) -- The mail says "Merry Christmas." All Canadian post- il authorities can say hey're sorry. A sack containing about 2,000 pieces of Christmas mail des- aned for Prince George h: turned up in an empty mailbag depository in Scarborough, Ont. The mail, postmarked last December, is being brought here for distribution. "We are very sorry," said local postmaster Bob Dumas. House Plant Care Give your house plants summer vacation hy placi them outdoors for the summ in a shady protected area your patio or porch. Let the adjust gradually to the outdoo hy placing them 1 outside for few hours a day for a wee or so before letting them cam out overnight. Remember, th may need $ Regular 199.99 109 'Separate Powermate unit spins brush at highspeed to swe«p up deep- *1°HP (peak output) canister with .50 VCMA (operating HP) for strong suction "Includes upholstery tool, bare-floor-and wall tool with brush strip, dusting brush, crevice tool plus wands, hose. 2299 2260 Sears Kenmore Powermate® Vacuum Sears Kenmore Canister Vac Regular 119.99 $179 Adjustable For Shag Sears Low Price $ 59 Kenmore 2.8 HP (peak output) canister vac and Sears exclusive motorized Powermate with deep- cleaning beater-bar action. Adjusts to avaaiLable heights to thoroughly clean even deepdown shag. SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE ^;.j^-,'^n Guaranteed or If our Money Bock 2.0 HP (peak output) Powerful juction with .70 VCMA operating HP with »lid« control to regulate the »uc-- rion you wont. suis, moEHKX AND oa Northwest Arkansas Plaza Fayetteville, Ark. Phone 521-6000 Special Session LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- That expected special session of the Arkansas General Assembly is likely to be called for June 24 and Gov. Dale Bumpers, sate Monday that he intends to send a tentative list of subjects for the session to the Legislative Council today or Wednesday. wnimmiitiimiiimiimiiiuiiii nuMiiiimmiminmiiiiiiiiiimn Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Ozark Society, Mcllroy Bank, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Ozark Society, Mcllroy Bank, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. job. I need a desk Job." O'Connor and Ernest SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Ot If. Orilrm For To Borgnine, decked out in the uniforms of New York City's finest, were shooting a new film in Monday's heat on Manhattan's Lower East Side when the question came up. Mayor Abraham Beams, who visited the makeshift set for the fihn "Grand Street," said that 15 movies will be shot here in 1974, each producing about $750,000 in economic benefits for the city, He Mid, "m'rt still looking" lor tomtom to fill that vacant coordinator'! job at City Bali. Thursday Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, » a.m. to XI Plat Review Committee, City Han, I a.m. Perennial Garden Club Work Day, Washington School, « a.m. Rotary Ctab, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff BuiMing, 1 p.m. Mildred Lee Chapter, UDC, Mrs. L. L. Browne Jr., 2 p.m. Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff BuiMing, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Goaben Eastern Star, Mamie Han, 7:30 p.m. "The Hoflow Crown," University Theater, I pn. 1 QUAKER DRUG tt E. Cater -- MM8M CUy Parktes Lot fe Bear Make Your Home a place of beauty this summer ... V2 Off Labor exclusively on Tahiti Drapery Fabric $400 Scar* Low Prie* Yd. 20% Off Custom Window Blinds Call our home decorating dept. and ask for Gay Johnson SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Sears] Nortnwatl AricoMos Plata MlOM 521-oOOQ

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