Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 15, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 15, 1974
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Dinner Honors Couple F o l l o w i n g the wedding rehearsal for Miss Charlotte Ann Christy and Gary M. Melugin, his parents. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Melugin entertained the wedding party and out of- town guests at a dinner Friday eyening, June 14. The event was held at Candlewood Restaurant in Oklahoma City. G u e s t s included Miss Christy's parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. Dale Christy, her brothers, Alan and Scott, her sister, Sandra and paternal grandmother, Mrs. M. G. Christy all from Fayelteville. The wedding of Miss Christy and Mr. Melugin will be solemnized tonight at 8 o'clock at Bishop W. Angie Smith Chapel in Oklahoma City. Okla. Shower Honors Miss Salsbury ELKINS -- Miss Kim Sals bury, bride elect of Robert Pen dergraft was honored with a lingerie shower held Monday evening at the Elkins home o Miss Debby Toney. Miss Salsbury and her mother Mrs. Sue Salsbury were prescn ted corsages of yellow roses and yellow, the honoree's selec ted color was used in thi decorations on the gift and re freshment tables. The refreshment table wa centered with a floral arrange ment of painted daisies. Silve and crystal completed the lahk appointments. The hostess was assisted bj Miss Thelma Harrelson. To Assume Duties Officers for 1974-75 of Preceptor Zeia of Beta Sigma Phi who assume their duties Ibis month are, left-right, Mrs. Frank Cumhle, president; Mrs. Bill Mabry, vice p r e s i d e n t ; Mrs. Robert O'Cunnell, secretary; Mrs. Frank Wages, treasurer; a n d Miss Margaret McNiilt, city council representative. Bridge News Ed Maille and Oscar While won first and second place honors at the weekly Community Adult Center bridge party. Other winners were Betty Weaver, Genevieve Berg, Earl Thornton, and Penny Lyons. Sixteen members participated in the "ame. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the activities of the Community Adult Center. For more information phone 443-3512. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Lists Spending LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- A report filed with the secretary of s t a t e ' s office listed expenditures of $6.559 by Mayor James A. Scanlon of Greenland in his losing bid for Democratic nomination in the 3rd Congressional District. Scanlon finished fourth in a four-man race in the May 28 Democratic primary. Bill Clinton of Fayetteville led the ticket on May 28 and then won the nomination in a runoff last Tuesday with state Sen. W. E. "Gene" Kainwater of Greenwood. Fashion Tip Buy your sweaters by t w o s from now on. The twin set will be the main sweater look next fall, with many ways to wear the combination. Those classic thin cashmere pairs are the thing with skirts and pants. Little League Girl Pilches No-Hitter CLAY, W.Va. CAP) --Who says little girls can't play base hall? Eleven-year-old Bunny Taylor pitched a. no-hit game against all-boys team Thursday striking out nine and walking only three in leading her Vallc Fork loam to a lti-0 win over Precious No. 2. O n l y Wednesday, Li tilt League officials announced thai girls would be allowed to pla; in Us leagues nationwide League officials said the Wes Virginia teams were not regis tered \vilh the Little League, Bunny's performance includ ed two hits --a home run an a triple. "If girls want to play, the; ought to let them/ 'said Bunny following the win, "I think it\ fun, especially when you strik) out the boys." tfira MEN Saturday, JUIM IS, 1974 · 5 ·IMIIIIMIHMIIIIMIIMfllHIIiilW Garden Club Names Officers Mrs. Bob Johnson was elected president of the Four Seasons Garden Club at elections held n the home of Mrs. Ed Dale Monday evening. This is the final meeting of ,hc spring and there were 13 members present. Mrs. Johnson will be assisted jy Mrs, Dale, first vice presl dent; Mrs. Ron Talbert, second vice president; Mrs. Arthur locker, third vice president; Mrs. Tom Hill, secretary-treasurer and Mrs. Harold Heckel, Darliamentarian-riistorian. Mrs. Heckel conducted the Business session and members voted to send a contribution to t h e Presbyterian C h u r c h Memorial Fund in memory of Virgil Baker. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour 2-way radla headtruartera 530 N. College I For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 441-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Panama Canal Society Picnic, Agri Park ,10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 1:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hul, 1:.TO p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. ^ Houston Woman Addresses Baptists DALLAS (AP) -- Mrs. Richard Sappington set women's lib erationists on their ears at the Southern Baptist Convention here this week. She told the 15, 000 messengers that women should Ire submissive to their husbands and she objected to expansion of their role in the denomination. She pretty well killed a care fully worded proposal urginj churches to ordain women ant calling for quotas for women on boards of the 12.3 million mem ber organization. Women Realtors Hear Judge Lester Washington County Chapter of omen's Council or Realtors of rkansas met Thursday in the cnate Room of the Ranif in at FayeUeville for the regu- monthly session. Mildred raue, program chairman itroduced County Judge Vol ester as guest speaker. Judge Lestei- told the group ' road problems in Washington ounty and stressed that this L fast growing area with eayy traffic and difficult to laintain the approximately ,500 miles rf roads on the three lill road tax which was institu- ;d in 1878. At the business session which ollowed, Murl Steed, president nnounced a Real Estate Ex bange Seminar will he hel uly 15 and 16 in Little Rock itter bags wore distributed bj members of the ways ant neans committee for members .o give to clients in an efforl o "Help Keep America Beauti- ul." Guests were Lee Marshal nd Anna Woodbridge of thi tanton Company in Springdale The next meeting will be helt n July 11 at the Ramaria Inn. (Couplers Dance At Uark Bowl Members and guests of ouplers Club danced to the iiisic provided by Gary Justis nd the Minutemen last Thure- ay evening at the Uark Bowl. Host committee members ere Jim ant! Bev Oslecn, Harey and Barbara Holt, Richard nd Nancy Conway and Ken nd Ru Arine Ewing. who used i assortment of jean posters nd jeans for wall decorations. giant pair of jeans decorated e center of the dance floor, ame tags, which were made ) resemble a jean pocket, were sed for drawing the door prize, pair of Levis. Ronnie Woodruff, president, ilrodiicccl new members, Gary nd Ann Nelms and Lamar and )om\a Pettns. Gucsls were ouis and Joyce Thiebodoux- aul and Maxine LeBlanc. Jim nd Jane Pcquette, Jack Curt- inger. Joan Porter, Bill and larol Bender. John and Tammy ^lilmore. Joe and Karen De 'rdio, Jan and Ginger Turley lonnic and Carol Lynn Gibson nd Bruce and May Brittain. REDECORATE The finest In residential interiors and exteriors. JOSEPH G. PRICE Contractor of Fine Painting. 521-1598 Births iiiiinniiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiimiiiiinniniiiiiiiiiiiiitniiniHii REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Greg B. Jeko f Fayelteville, a son, June 11, Mr. and Mrs. Alan J. Master' on of Fayetteville, a son, June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence J, 5Crcggins of Fayetteville, a laughter, June 11. Mr. and Mrs. Audie J. Hun' f Evansville, a daughter, June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Frank A leward ol Dutch Mills, i laughter, June 12. Mr. and Mrs, L. D. Vaughan f Huntsville, a son, June 12. EVEREST JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS fOtOS TO 10" RENTALS* SALES Fiyetlevllle Dm( E. Side Square 44Z-73W Social Club Sees Articles For Bazaar Order of the Eastern Star Social Club met last Friday evening in the home of Mrs. Anne Corrigan. Only nine mem- xsrs attended, and get - well cards were signed by all to ba sent to four shut-in-members. Mrs. Corrigan showed t h · Jroup many knitted a n d crocheted items and stuffed ani mals that she has been making for the fall bazaar. The president. Mrs. Mary Cotterman, conducted the short business meeting and Mrs. Corrigan received the mystery package. \Trs. Juanita Carlson presented the program on t h e Biblical haraclcr Keturah, the second wife of Abraham. The hostess served cake. nuts, minis and coffee. IfulMlflllllB Announcements Members of the Chapter K, PEO. will entertain their husbands with a picnic supper at 7 p.m .Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe Pendleion. The Community Adult Center Ballroom Dance Club will have a dance at 7:30 o'clock tonight in the Adult Center. Persons who have reached the golden age of 50 years or older arc invited to attend. Dress is either formal or informal. Refreshments will be served. The Center also provides a square dance club which meet 1 * Tuesday evening at 7:30. Anyone interested in square dance lessons, classes will begin in September under the direction of Carl Swanson. For more information concerning these Center activities phone 443-3512. EXPERT WATCH REPAIR ./ W _ SWIFTS Appearing Fayetteville Another FMHY WBKIY Exclusive - June 16 fftmito For Fattens Dap Edcjax Bergen Chats About Hb Children "Vkoi Comfy teas three, I KCT/ to put her on ate but and Charlie cm the other, and have them talk to eaekaAer.OaeJarlaskedher, 'Isn't it marecloas that OftSe earn toOt?" tad the said, *But I am. tee your lift .Dbddy." Peer J. Oppenhetmer chats this week with Edgar Bergen exclusively for FAMILY WEEKLY. Mis career bas spanned show business from vaudeville to the efacltDoic medium of television. Bergen, who married in his early 40*8, shares his insists Into his cMdren's habits and ambitions. Learn why he is making a comeback after having retired from show business wjtti his two immortal friends, Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd, who are members of bis fjroiy along with wife Frances, daughter Candkeaodson Chris. copy of trw Voice Of Prophecy Bible Crusade NIGHTLY EXCEPT MONDAY JUNE 15 - JULY 6 HEAR THIS OPENING ADDRESS "God's Undying Love For Man" 7:30 P. M. GEORGE ELLIS SPEAKER at KEITH MATTINGLY MUSIC National Guard Armory Across from Standard Register Highway 71 South ALSO FEATURING . . . · $50.00 GIFT AWARD ANNOUNCED OPENING NIGHT · FAMOUS PAUL HARVEY FILMS IN FULL COLOR · BEAUTIFUL 16x20 PICTURE TO EACH FAMILY ATTENDING OPENING NIGHT ($5.00 VALUE) · FREE GIFT BIBLE TO THOSE WHO ATTEND THREE-FOURTHS OF THE CRUSADE MEETINGS · FREE BOOKS AWARDED EVERY NIGHT Everyone Welcome All Seats Free UPLIFTING CHRIST AS MAN'S ONLY HOPE

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