Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 16, 1974 · Page 11
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June 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

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Garden Club Has Luncheon On The Patio Colonial Garden Club members met for a patio luncheon Wcclne.sday at Hie home of Mrs. Krank Lee on Sunset with Mrs. Warren Banks as co-hostess. Fifteen members and a guest, Miss Cynthia Huddleston were seated al tables on the patio holding arrangements of daylilies and greenery topped by whimsical bumblebees. Following lunchon, a bricl business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. ,loe Brcnna, who announced stand ing committee chairman as ,Fol lows; Mrs. Max Worllilcy, conser vatlon: Mrs. Ellis Shellon council representative; Mrs Thad Rowricn. membership Mrs. Lee. publicity - historian; Mrs. Haskell Utley, friendship: A. 0. Spuulcling and Mrs. W G. Chamblce, telephone; aim Mrs. Banks, programs am yearbooks. The club will recess for ttn summer months and Ihc ncx meeting will be held in Septem ber. Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Muurice y.lscr nf Kuyettcville announce t h e engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Joy, to Richard Chester Harding, son of Col. and Mrs. Robert. Chester Harding nf Uumsfcln, Germany a n d Kayefteville. The bride-elect is a senior majoring In English at (lie University of Arkansas anil tin; prospective hride- gnKini is also a senior at the University and a member nf Pi Sigma Alpha honorary political science fraternity. The wedding will he an event of Aug. 17 ii( St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Fayctteville. LePetite Salon Elects Officers Le Petite Solon No. 307, Eight and Forty, at a meeting in the home of Jessie Patterson, elec- led Ihc following officers, Hilda Schricber, president: Nora Bee I.ingelbach. first vice president; Bill Carroll, second vice president: Mrs. Lingelbach. secretary - treasurer; Naomi Atha, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Patterson, chaplain; Clara Boyd Sullivan, historian, and Florence Stapleton, parliamentarian. Delegates elected to the De partmental Marche on July M in Little Rock are Hilda Schricher, Nora Bee Lingelbach, Susie Rochier Bill Carroll and alternates Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Sullivan, Mrs. Atha and Mrs. Stapleton. Women Hear Delegates The first meeting of the ne\\ year of Fayettcville Business and Professional Women's Club was held Monday at Wyatt's C a f e t e r i a with 20 memhers pre sent. Mrs. Lprene Raymond, president, presided. Delegates. Mrs. Olhelia Paul. Mrs. Raymond. Mrs. Katherine Carnes, Mrs. Elizabeth Lnpcr Mrs. Zula Calico and Mrs Frances Lee, reported on the state convention they attendee in Little Hock earlier this month Highlights of the conventioi was a speech by U.S. Rep Martha G r i f f i t h s of Michigan who talked on the Equal Right Amendment, installation ci. stale officers, and the sclcctior of Miss Mildred Pearlc of NorU Liltle Rock as "young career ist." The club will be hosless fr the Northwest district workshoi to be held Oct. 5 and 6 whei the s l a t e president will be present. i^iiiriiiM ..... n ...... |NortKw«* Arkama* TIMS, Sun., Jim* T«, 1974 " ....... " ~ ~ ~ ..... " EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB FAVITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS Miss Joyce Van Scyoc Honored VIINEY GROVE Mrs. Lena McKinney antl Mrs. Helen Hulchcns were hostesses for the June meeting. Plans were made for a trip to Branson, Mo., for the July meeting. A chartered hus will take members and guests to the Missouri City. Mrs. Kate Chcatham and Mrs. Fanny Cohea were: re cipienls of the hostess tfifls ami Mrs. Minnie EpLey and Mrs Ruth Platt participated in the program. A cooperative luncheon w a s served. Mrs. Nora Carnalian Honoring Miss Joyce Van Scyoc bride . elecl of J o h n Bocksnlck, Miss V c n ti e r Upchurch entertained with a mi- cellaneous shower ' Thursday night at her home on Pros|ccl Street. Eighteen K i l l s who had gone .o high school together, as- Plans August Wedding T)r. and Mrs. Carmen L. Lier]y of Kayellevillc announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of t h e i r daughter, Constance Lea, to Robert Dwane Mosman, son of Sgt. Maj., and Mrs. Robert J. Mossniaii of Hunts ville. The wedding Is planned T o r Aug. 16 at Sycamore Baptist Church In PayeltcvHIe. sctnblixf on the patio where refreshments were served from a table centered with an arrangement of yellow carnations, Uio bride ctccL's chosen color. Mrs. John Holcomb assisted her sister in opening and recording this gifts. Opening July 1st BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC. "Everything for lh» expectant mother" 502 West Emma 751-1474 Springdale, Ark. iiHiiiipiuiiiiiiiiM Daily Calendar of Events Today Panama Canal Society Picnic, Agri Park ,10 a.m. till 4 p.rn^ Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 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-Way Radio Your 2-waj radlc headquarters IB efectranlcs *tac» m N, College 443-2272 For Your Prescription Needs SeoUs QUAKER DRUG K B. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Rear Monday Recycling Ccnler, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind Bulterfield 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, Nfr. and Mrs. Joe Pendlefon, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p,m. iiiiii^ SALEON W\LLET-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 8B(S. Age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years. 88(S charge for each additional person in groups. 6 days only-offer ends Saturday, June 22 PORTRAITS · PASSPORTS · COPY RESTORATION the Children's Photographer portraits for pennies today- thai wll be priceless tomorrow NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Hiway 71 N., Fayetteville Phone 442-8885 Miss Donovan Engaged Introducing... Mr. and Mrs. Timothy P. I)niiov;iii of I'nycllcvillc an- pnuncc (he engagement and approaching marriage nf their daughter, Rebecca, In John P. Ailkins 111, son nf Mr. and ftlrs. J. P. Adkins of Manila. The wedding will be an event bf Zr.TO o'clock in fhe afler- rnon nn Saturday, Aug. 10, at SI. Thomas Aquinas Church. [Miss Donovan Is a graduate uf Payctlcville High School and is presently a nnrsing student at the University of Arkansas School of Medicine. Her fiance, a graduate of Manila High School and the University of Arkansas, is it second year medical student at the University's School of Medi6ine. br. aid Mrs. George Barnetl Meyer of Monlkello, formerly of Kayettevllle, announce t h e tngagemeal of Ibeir daogh- ler, Naney Jo, to William Curlice Ranldn, snn of Mr. ami Mrs. Carl Morton RanUn of lEodora. The hride-elect will he a senior fashion merchandising major a( the Un!ver»l- ty nf Arkansas in the fall. She wu aead majorette (or the Marchiaf Razorhack Band i» 1973-74 a«d Lambda. Chi Alpha Cmenl Girl. The prospective bridegroom, a .senior majoriif In Agricaltnrc hosiaeis at the University, h pmMenl of the Agronomy Clnh. The wedding will to aa event of 7:1} p.m. on Aaf. 24 at Central Hailed Church in Fayetlevilk. From left fo right: Scott Selby, Lon Smith, Tom Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Robert Perry are plcnsed 19 announce that Tom Harrison has been appointed manager of our Evelyn Hills store. Tom with skilled training in the Jewelry Industry, will be able lo serve our many friends and customers in the manner they are accustomed to. Serving with Tom is Lon Smith, our watch repairman. Lon has 27 years experience with the last 5 at our Evelyn Hills store. Scott Selhy is our manufacturing Jeweler and Jewelry repairman. Scott has served at our Evelyn Hills store for the past 214 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 V EVELYN HILLS SPORTS FABRICS · FANTASY SCREEN PRINTS ·PLAID STRIPE SUITINGS DAN RIVER ·SEERSUCKER PLAIDS ·PiQUE PLAIDS Select from a wide range of novefty designs on sports weave 1 ; and weights. Machfn* wash cotton/aery I ic/polyestcr blends, 44'V45" wide, REG. $1,98 TO $2.69 YD. NOW r 148 I yd.. r^ DRESS FABRICS · EMBROIDERED HOYA ·SPLENDOR PR/NTS ·WOVEN SWISSAIR 'FANCY KNJTS Good selections in a wide rango of very colorful dress-ups. Machine v/ash cotton/acrylic/poiyester 44"/45" wide. REG. $2.98 $3.69 YD. NOW! 948 ^ vd. "DACRON B" · DOUBLE KNIT COORD/NATES · WHITE TEXTURED KN/7S · DOUBLE KNiT PATTERNS Wide range of "pack and ijo" knits. First quaTity polyesler in florals, harlequins and solids. Machine wash, tumble dry. 4S"/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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