Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 16, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
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Garden Club Has Luncheon On The Patio Colonial Gcrden Club mem bcrs mel for a patio luncheon Wednesday at the homo ot Mrs. Frank Lee on Sunsel with Mrs. Warren Banks as co hostess, Fifteen members and a guest, Miss Cynthia Hudctleston were seated at tables on the patio holding arrangements of daylilies and greenery lopped by whimsical bumblebees, Following lunchon. a brie: business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Joe Brenna. who announced stand ing committee chairman as .fol lows: Mrs. Max Wortlilcy, conser ition: Mrs. Kllis Shcllon council representative; Mrs Thad Rowdcn, membership Mrs. Lee, publicity - historian Mrs. Haskell Utley, friendship A. 0. Spanieling and Mrs. .W n. Chambloe, telephone; nm Mrs. Banks, programs am yearbooks. The club will recess for th summer months anci the ncx meeting will bo held in Scplen ber. Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Maurice /isor of Fayettevllle announce ( h e engagement and approaching marriage uf tncir daughter, Linda Joy, Id Richard Chester Harding, son of Col. and Mrs. Robert- Chester Harding of Ramsteln, Germany a n d Kayetteville. The bride-elect is a senior majoring in English at the University of Arkansas and (he prospective bridegroom is also a senior at the University antl a member of Pi Sigma Alpha honorary political science fraternity. The wedding will he an event of Aug. 17 at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Fayettevllle. LePetite Salon Elects Officers Le Petite Solon No. 307, Eigh and Forty, at a meeting in th home of Jessie Patterson, elec led Hie following officers. Hild Schricber, president; Nora Be I.ingelbach. firsl vice president Bill Carroll, second vice pres ident; Mrs. Lingclbach, secre tary - treasurer; Naomi Atha sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Patter son, chaplain; Clara Boyd Sull van, historian, and Florenc Stapleton. parliamentarian. Delegates elected to the partmental Marche on July 1 in Liltle Rock are Hilda Schrii ber. Nora Bee Lingelbach, Bus Rochier Bill Carroll and alien ales Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Sul' van, Mrs. Alha and Mr Staplcton. Women Hear Delegates The first meeting of the ne\ yesr of Fayettevillc Busine and Professional Women's Cli was held Monday at Wyatt Cafeteria with 20 members pi- sent. Mrs. Lorene Raymon president, presided. Delegates, Mrs. Othelia Pau Mrs. Raymond. Mrs. Katherin Carnes, Mrs. Elizabeth Lupc Mrs. Xula Calico and Mr Frances Lee, reported on t! state convention they altendi in Little Rock earlier this mont Highlights of the convents was a speech by U.S. Ue Martha Griffiths of Michiga who talked on the Equal Rigl Amendment. installation state officers, and the selecti of Miss Mildred Pearle of Nor Little Rock as "voung caree ist." The club will be hostess the Northwest district worksli lo be bold Oct. 5 and 6 wh t h e s t a t e president wil present. |'milllM»TMnmmTMlpmtlillii:'i:i ............. tl!llll| Northwest Arfconw. TIMtS, Sun., June To, 1974 EXTENSION HOMEMAKER5 CLUB FAYITTIVIkLC, AftKAMtA* ·A Miss Joyce Van Scyoc Honored VINEY GROVK Mrs. Lena MeKinney and Mrs. Helen Hutchens were hostesses for the June meeting. Plans were made for a trip to Branson, Mo., for Ihe July meeting. A chartered bus will take members and guests to the Missouri City. Mrs. Kate Chcattiam and Mrs. Famiy Cohea were recipients of the hostess gifts and Mrs. Minnie Kplcy and Mrs Ruth Platt participated in the program. A cooperative luncheon w a s served. Honoring Miss Joyce Van Scyoc bride . elect of J o h n Bocksnlck, Miss f 1 ' e n n e r Upchurch entertained with a mi- cellancous shower ' Thursday night at her hiirne on Prus|ect Street. Eighteen girls who had gone lo high school together, as- Plans August Wedding Dr. and Mrs. Carmen L. I.icr- ly of Fayetievillc announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of t h e i r daughter, Constance Lea, to Robert Dwane Mnssman, son of Sgf. Maj., and Mrs. Bohert J. Mossman of Hunlsvillc. The wedding is planned for Aug. 16 at Sycamore Baptist Church In Fayetlcville. scmbled on the pallo where refreshments were served from a table centered with an arrangement o( yellow carnations, tho bride-elect's chosen color. Mrs. John Holcornb assisted her sister in opening and recording the gifts. Mrs. Nora Carnahan Opening July 1st BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC. "Everything for the ·xp«ctant mother" 502 West Emma 751-1474 Springdale, Ark. lll!!l[!lllllftllllll!!lll!l!nillll»l«lin!l!lll«lll!IIMIIinil!nilllHM Daily Calendar of Events Today Panama Canal Society Picnic, Agri Park ,10 a.m. till 4 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality loom, 1:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 - W a y Radio your 2-way radlc hea dqu art*rs 1* electronics itno* un» 530 N, College «3- For Your Prescription Needs Se«Ui QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 441-4246 City Parking Lot ID Rear Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind Butlerfield Trail School, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mother's Day Out, First Baptist Church, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. Great Books Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 1 : 30 p.m. Chapter K, PEO Picnic, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pendleton, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. i!inii^ SALEON WALLET-SIZE PORTRAITS two beautiful natural color, wallet-size photographs just 25* with this ad No appointment necessary. Selection of poses. Limit: one special offer per family. Second child photographed individually at 88*. Age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years, 88S charge {or each additional person in groups. 6 days only-offer ends Saturday, June 22 PORTRAITS · PASSPORTS · COPY RESTORATION the Children's Photographer portraits lor pennies today. that w« Be priceless tomorrow NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Hiwoy 71 N., Fayett«ville Phone 442-8885 Miss Donovan Engaged Mr. anK Mrs. Tlmolhy P. Ponovan of Fayeileville an- {inunne Hie engagement and approaching marriiigu of Iheir riuughlcr, Kchcecii, In John P. Adkias III, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Arikins of Manila. The wedding will be an event Of 2:30 o'clock in f h e afternoon nn Saturday, Aug. 10, iii SI. Thomas Aquina.s Church. Miss Donovan Is a graduate 11 f h'ayetteville High School and is presently a nursing .student at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. Her fiance, a graduate of Manila High School and the University of Arkansas, is a second year medical student at Ihe 'University's School ol Medicine. Introducing... To Wed br. «Ml Mrs. (Jeorjsc rhiraetl Meyer el M»nlic«ll«. formerly ·f Fayettevtllc, »n»nce t h e rnga^emeat of Iheir (t»ORh- ler, Nancy Je, t« William Cnr- |ice Rankin, a«n »f Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morion fUlUn of Eadora. The hride-elec! will he · senior fashion mercliM- disinf major »l the Univertl- ty of Arkansas In the fall. Sb* WM bead majorette (or the Mirchiif lUzorhack Rand hi 1973-74 axl Lamhd*, Chi .Upfc» Crneml Girl. The prospective bridegroom, a .senior majoring In Agriculture h»si*««9 at the UniversKr, i* pmMenl of the Agronomy Clnh. The wedding will he an ev»l of 7:13 p.m. on A»g. 74 it Crtlril United Chare! in Kasettevilk. From left to right: Scott Selby, ton Smith, Tom Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry arc pleased to announce that Tom Harrison has been appointed manager of our Evelyn Hills store. Tom with skilled t r a i n i n g in the Jewelry Industry, will be able lo serve our many Xriends and customers in the manner they are accustomed to. Serving with Tom is ton Smith, our watch repairman. Lon has 27 years experience with the last 5 at our Evelyn Hills store. Scott Sclby is our m a n u f a c t u r i n g Jeweler and Jewelry repairman. Scott has served at our Evelyn Hills store for the past 2'/i years. We invite you to drop in and meet these fine men, they'll be proud to serve you. PERRY'S J E W E L R Y EVELYN HILLS SPORTS FABRICS^ · FANTASY SCREEN PRINTS ·PLAID STRIPE SUITINGS DAN RIVER ·SEERSUCKER PlAfDS ·PJQUE PLAIDS Select from a wide range of novel I/ designs on sports weaves and weights. Machin« wash cotton/acrylic/polyester blends. 44"/45" wide. REG. $1,98 TO $2.69 YD. NOW! DRESS FABRICS ^\ · EMBROIDERED HOYA ·SPLENDOR PRINTS ·WOVEN SWISSAIR 'FANCY KNITS Good selections in 3 wide ranga of very colorful dre«-jps. Machine wash cotton/acrylic/polyester 44"/45" wide. REG. $2.98 $3.69 YD. NOW! 948 *·* yd. "DACRON 8" · DOUBLE KNIT COORD/NATES · WHITE TEXTURED KNI7S ·DOUBLE KNIT PATTERNS Wide r»nge of "pack and go" knits. First quafity polyester In florals, harlequin; and solids. Machine wash, tumble dry. 45"/60" wide. REG. $3.98 $4.49 YD. NOW! SO-FRO FABRICS always first quality fabrics Open Daily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. -- Northwest Arkansas Plaza

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