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June 13, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Uorthtnrrt Arkansas or MEN 4 · Diurtdoy, June 13, 1974 ninilllllUillii3 To Address Sorority Eft Reimers, announcer, actor, narrator who also Is national chairman fnr the American Cancer Society, will make the principal address at the awards dinner fnr (he Beta Sigma Phi State Convention when H convenes here Friday. Saturday and Sunday. Reimers will speak on Saturday night at 7 o'clock In the main ballroom of the A r k a n - sas Unfon on the University nf Arkansas campus. He w i l l visit w i t h officers and hoard members o( the Washington County Unit of the Arkansas Division nf the American Cancer Society and conduct a prtss conference at 5 p.m. Saturday at the Fayetteville Holiday Inn. Arkansas Gov. Dale Bumpers honored the international social and .service sorority hy designating (he week, June 9-16, as Beta Sigma Phi Week in Arkansas, Dinner Honors Couple Mr. and Mrs. George Brani- g«n entertained with a small Jinner party at the Holiday Tnn honoring Miss Paula Stephan «nd her fiance W i l l i a m Amis, both of A t l a n t a , Ga., last week. Special guests were David Amis of A l l a n l a , and the brirli elect's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. Stephen Stephan. Floral decoraions were Miss Stephen's chosen colors of melon and white. After dinner, guests went to the Branigan home, where the host and hostess presented the honored couple with a brass cricket box from India. The couple will be married on July 27 in Atlanta, Ga. (XPERT WATCH REPAIR MiiiniwiiniiiiuiniiiiiiiiiimiMiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiniiiuiiiiiiA Announcements MiiiiiiiiMiiniiwiiiinmMiiinHiiiiiiiNiiNNiiiniiiNiiifliii Wayside Garden Club wil! meet at 1:30 p.m. Friday in ,he home of Mrs. Cling \Valden, Highway 45 East. Mrs. Walden will also present the program with emphasis on the preservation of buildings of histories' v a l u e to our community. SWIFTS Z7 North Reunion Plans Complete The 20th reunion of the class of 1954 at Fayelteville High school will be held Saturday at .he Elks Club, and of a class of 205 persons, ail but 14 have Decri contacted and invited to attend. A cocktail hour will be heir at 6:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m., and a dance at 8:30 p.m. John B, Noble trio will play for dancing. Reservations must be made for the dinner with Mrs. Marvin Bradley, 1832 Janice Street, or by telephoning her at 442-4567. Those who have not been con tacted and wish to attend m a j 1 Mrs. Carl D. Strange,.442 4067. Persons who are members of the class and who wish to attend the dance n do so and there will he a charge. Dr. Leorge Robert Cole ol Fayetteville will be master ol ceremonies at the dinner anc Ed Do/.ier of Little Rock wil give the response. Party Will Honor Couple A reception honoring Dr. an Mrs. A. D. Moscley Jr. of Wir ter haven, Fla. will be given i the Terrace Room of the Hoh day Inn Sunday from 3 to p.m The hosts are Mr. and Mrs A.D. Moscley Sr. who invite a f r i e n d s and relatives to altenc The young couple was m a r r t e i June 8 in Winlerhaven anrt an spending their honeymoon Si the Oir-.arks, Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. .James C McGinty .Ir., of Prairie Grove a son, J u n e 10. Sorority Meets Beta Tau chapter of Epsiloi Sigma Alpha met recently in the home of Mrs. Trilby Maul. Mrs. Mary Harris, president presided over the husines meeting. It was announced tha Mrs. Bill Winfield, a new mem her. is moving to Omaha, Neb Refreshments were served t the ten members present. llllllllllHlllllinilM^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Community Appearance Committee, City Hall, 4 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Goshen Easlern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. "The Hollow Crown," University Theater, 8 p,m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headtroartwrs b UeiUuulCT don Wt S30 N. Collese 413-ZB5 For Your Prescription Needi See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- «2-424« City Parking Lot In Rear Friday Wayside Garden Club, Mrs. Clint Walden, 1:30 p.m. "The Hollow Crown", University Theater, 8 p.m. Easy Streets. ..Light, soft and comfortable Oalcbrook: Grey Potent, Black Patent, Platinum Parent, Red Patent, Camel Patent, or Gold Crushed. $20.00 Pr. Abbott Read: Grey Patent, Red Patent. WOMWS SHOES · STWET noon Sergeant Opens Doors For, Salutes Wife LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Air Force SRI. M a r k \Veiss not only jpcns doors for his wife. Su- .anne. he salutes her. That's ccauso she is an A i r Force i e u l e n a n t , Six months after they were married Mark was sworn in. u/.anne had enlisted a month before. Soon they will" split up or t r a i n i n g , but within a few m o n t h s they hope to be together at Edward Air Force Base, CaliT. -- she working as a nurse, he as an aircraft mechanic. "Our friends are always tea- ng us about me o u t r a n k i n g lirn, but it doesn't bother us." said Suzanne, 26. She is a regis- t e r e d ' n u r s e who has worked on and off at St. James Hospital icre for the last three years. "My mother had been push- ng me to join the service ever since I got put of nursing school," she said, Her father, a retired Navy m a n , lives in )ng Beach. When M a r k , 25, of Los Angc- s. was graduated from the Vorlhrop Institute of Teeh- lology in air frame and power )lant mechanics, the prospects or an airlines job looked bloak. ic said. Because he had served "our years in the Air Force in G e r m a n y from 1968 to 1972, reenlistment seemed a natural solution. 1'USHKD HTM "I was hind of pushing him to join" because of the job security and early retirement, sa'd Suxanne. "And T wanted to be able to work where he was sta Joned." The two don't foresee an, special problems because o'f their relative ranks, "It makes it even better,' said Mark. "T can go to her officers' club and she can go to mine." Besides, he plans to become an officer. At Girls State'"* Lucy McNair, daughter of Mr. find Mrs. David McNair nf Kayetkville, is nw of seven Fayedeville High School girls attending Girls Slate at Camp Robinson this week. Bridge News FAYETTEVILLE Mrs. Joe Rodman and Mrs. George Roller were first place winders in Sunday afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club games at the Legion Hut. Winning second place were Mrs. Joe Scott and Leon Marks third place went to Joe Scotl and Bob Munrlay and fourth to Mrs. David Burleson and Mrs Paul Ross. Monday night tournamenl winners were Mr. and Mrs John Bradley, first place; tying For second and third places were Mrs. J. A. Laner and Mrs Norman McCartney with Joe Scott and Bob Munday; fourtl place went to Mrs. joe Scot and Bob Borengasser; and f i f t h to Joan Edmiston and Jerem Hess. This Sunday afternoon club .tournament will be held the las Sunday in June. Wyman Club Elects New Officers Officer elections were held at the regular June meeting al the Wyman Community Building. The new officers are Bob McCoy, president; Mrs, Ruth Gregg, vice president and Mrs. Mary Franzmeier, secre- ,ary-trcasurer. The new officers will take .heir positions with Hie new fiscal year starting July 1. Plans were also made for a lamhurger fry to be held July i. Hostesses for the event, Mrs. Margaret Williams and Mrs. Audrey Lightfoot, will furnish leverages and relishes. Mrs. t g h t f o o t emphasized that everyone is invited to attend and to bring meat, buns, potato chips and dessert. Wyman Community couples c e l e b r a t i n g anniversaries during tiie month erf June were L a w r e n c e a n d Margaret Roberts, Adrian and Ruth regg and George and Margaret Williams. Birthdays were celebrated by Kim Clark and Travis Wyett. Miss Manning Is Honored At Bridal Parties MKNIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIlllllMIIIIIIIIIMIIIinillllUIIIIUIt Personals A church-wide miscellaneous shower was held in Fellowship Hall of Wiggins Memorial United Methodist Church last Friday evening from 7 until 9 o'clock honoring Miss Margaret Ann M a n n i n g , bride-elect of Frantz Battenfield, who are to be married Saturday at 3 p.m. Guests were served refreshments from a table covered with a lace cloth over blue. The bride-elect's chosen colors of cornflower blue and apple green were used in floral arrangements, napkins and cake decorations. Mrs. Hal Bequette presided at the punch bow], and Mrs. Jack Luper and Mrs. Harvey Luttrell served cake. In addition to church friends, guests included Mrs. Burton of Fayetteville and Mrs. F. Dal- tenficld of Wesley, grandmothers of the prospective bridegroom, his mother, Mrs. J. R. Batlcnfield, Mrs. K. D. M a n n i n g of Prairie Grove, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. G.E. Wiswell, Mrs. Jack Tunnell and Mrs. Claude Nations also of Prairie Grove. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Napier. 701 Mission Rlvd., returned home Sunday from a ten-day vacation in Hawaii where they visited three of (he main islands. They made the trip by plane. Hostesses for the shower «rer» member of the Koupler's Sunday School Class of Wiggins Memorial United Mehodist Church. Another party complimenting Miss Manning was a nu'scell. aneous shower given by Mist Anita Patten and Miss Linda Coor at SWKPO Hospitality Room in Fayetleville. Her chosen colors were carried out in corsages and refreshments. Special guests were Mrs, Manning, the honored guest's m o t h e r . Mrs. Battenfield. mother of the prospective b r i d e g r o o m , Miss Martha Battenfield. who helped serva refreshments, and Miss Dorthy Manning, who kept the guest hook. Mrs. Kathie Battenfield and Miss M a r t h a Battenfield, sister- in-law and sister of the bridegroom-to-be, entertained with a lingerie shower in the home of Mrs. Battenfield. Special guests at this event were Mrs. Manning and Mrs. Battenfield. Opening July 1st BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Grove of Hillsboro, Okla., and Mrs A. P. Adams of Fort Towson, Okla., returned to their hom«s after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Keith. They spent Monday in Dardanelie and Ml. Nebo. "Everything for the expectant mother 1 * 502 West Emma 751-1474 Springdale, Ark. OPEN DAILY 9-10; SUNDAY CLOSED THURS., FRL, SAT. MOUNTED FREE NO TRADE-IN REQUIRED KM78 BLACKWALLS 4-FULL-PLY POLYESTER CORD 4 PLIES POLYESTER CORD PLUS TWO FIBERGLASS BELTS AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE SPECIALS For Most U.. Cars SERVICES INCIUOC: AU. WORK DONE BT TMRKD MECNAMCS COMPLETE BRAKE JOB «·». 59.96-3 Dfffi 36.88 No Exchange Necessary Sizes For Most U.S. Cars 42-MONTH BATTERY HEAVY-DUTY SHOCKS ttg. 21.96 SeH-odjwting brak«s, $4 mor* Disc brakes high**, button t awranl dfetrf. Max* KD.rfKxfci for 010*0.5. an. HOB RT Hwy. 71 B r North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayefteville, Ark.

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