Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 18, 1974 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 18, 1974
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Daily Calendar of Events Tonight · American Red Cross, til W. Lafayette, 4 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wjratt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Golf Building, 7:30 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, T p.m. Board of Governors, Regional Medical Center, 7 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter, No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:3» p.m. ; Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, t p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, I p|m| SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-W87 radio bcadqoaiter* S H. Cdlegt For Yow PrwcripriM NMds Swlh QUAKER DRUG dtj Paitdif lot k Bear GARDEN CLUB OFFICERS (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) (TTMESplioto by Ray Gray) AT MORNING COFFEE .. .Miss Patricia Davis, bride-elect, Miss Rebecca Davis, Jicr sister, seated at the piano, left-right, and Mrs. Brown, mother of the prospective bridegroom, and Mrs. Davis, mother of the bride-elect, standing, left-right, at the home of Mrs. llalbrook honoring Miss Davis Coffee Honors Pat Davis A morning coffee honoring Miss Patricia Davis of Searcy, bride-elect of Craig B r o w n , was an event of last Wednesday. Mrs. W a y m o n Halbrook was hostess at h e r homo on Oliver. Co-hostesses wore Mrs. Bill Sislrunk, Mrs. Paul Noland and Mrs. George Bradley. Using a color scheme of blue and white, the honoree's selected colors were carrcd out in floral arrangements and other decorations. Serving coffee were Mrs. Joe Pendleton, Mrs. J. A. J o i n c r, Mrs. Tommy Goodwin and Miss Rebecca Davis of Searcy, sister of the bride-to-be. Special gucsls were Mrs Robert Davis of Searoy, the bride-elect's mother, and Mrs Conncll Brown, mother of the prospective bridegroom: Miss Davis and her fiance are planning an August wedding. Class Reunion Draws Crowd One hundred and fifty two persons attended the reunion of the 1954 senior c l a s s of Fayetteville High School and included class members, their husbands anri-or wives. Dr. George Robert Cole, master of ceremonies, asked each class member lo j introduce themselves and tell vfhere they now liva and their occupation. They, in turn, introduced members of their family. ' Coming the longest distance was Val Ann Watson Morris from C a n a d a ; Leonaid Frederick had the oldest grandchild; Marie Salmon Fr:end, the youngest child; Don Hemp, the oldest child; and Frank McDonald, the most children. Cocktails were followed by dinner and a dance for which the John NoHe Trio provided music. The reunion was held at the Elks Club. Garden Club Chooses New Committees Faycllcville Garden Club met asl Wednesday in Hie home of Mrs. Fay Meade with Mrs. R. ''. Wray as co - hostess Mrs. ftcfor Watts was elected prcsi- lent and presided over the meeting. Plans were made fur a pot- uck dinner in July at the home of Mrs. Vincent Maxted. Committees w e r e chosen for the ievv year. Mrs. Walts gave file program HI daffodils. Following her talk she showed slides of manj arieties and explained tha affodil is the American name ind narcissus is the Latin name 'or the same bulb. .Mrs. Lofiiri, Mrs. Sauls, Mrs. Raymond, Mrs. FoMvary, Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Ruble, left-right, newly elected officers of Maple Hills Garden Club, vM take charge in September Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Fayetteville Housing Authority, 1 N. School Street, 8:30 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Club Names Off. icers Piano Pupils Entertain Mothers Piano pupils of Mildred Rose irescntcri a program of music or their mothers Saturday morning in the home of the .cachcr. A [i p e n r i n g were Cherye Wages, Kctinie Bowles, Debbie Hayes, David Hayes, Timmy Burnett, Handy Curtis. Annette Masscy, Hak Stevens, Jeff Bartlell, Lisa Barllelt. Karen Halfield, Sharon Lilterell, Teresia Anderson and Susan Swafford. Members of Maple Hills Garden Club were entertained Thursday in the homo o[ Mrs. Phillip Ruble with Mrs. Ed Tor- hett serving as assistant hostess. The summer salad luncheon table was centered with an heirloom silver basket in which pale yellow daisy chrysanthemums were artfully arranged with nandina and greenery. The linen table cloth was cool green in color, bordered in self- colored lace. Guests were Mrs. Paula Lee, Mrs. Sandra Hopkins and Mrs. Keric Johnson. Preceding the luncheon a brief business session was held followed by the installation o officers for the coming year b.\ Mrs G. E. Kiser, retiring presi dent. The next meeting w i Sept 10 when Handy Help Turn your outdated party dresses into fashionable long dresses by simply removing the bodices and sewing them to ready-made or skirts. wing hand-:-sewn long Sfartbroret Arkansas be Subralp Luhiri will serve as president Mrs Eugene Sauls as first vice president, Mrs. Ruble as secom vice president, Mrs. Paris Ray inond as secretary, Mrs. F. H M a r t i n as treasurer and Mr 0. E. Foldvary as historian-re porter. Household Hint Make a cover of plastic fo the children's sandbox. It wi keep dogs and cals out of th sand and protect the sand froi the rain and dew. or MEN Mrs. Spyres MJSS Dea Hostess To Club Members To Leave Mrs. Sherman Spyres enter- lined 16 members of the Gol- enrod Club at her borne Wed- csday with a picnic luncheon n the patio. Guests were Sher nan Spyres. I. J. Kirkpatrick nd W. M. Moore. Mrs, Liles, president, report-d on the M a y meeting of Vashington County Extension Ionic-makers meeting held at lie Ozarks Electric Hospitality oom. It was announced that lie club provide flowers City decorations for February I the VA Hospital. Mrs. Franz \llebach will serve coffee at he hospital in June, and the 2lub received the Veteran's Voluntary Service award. T h e *roup voted to become a mem- »r of the Arkansas Crippled Children's Hospital Auxiliary in Plans were dis- tho Washington Little Rock, cussed for County Fair wliere the club will lave a booth and each member give articles ,to the education booth. Proceeds from these projects will go to the scholarship f u n d . Mrs. Liles announced plans for a fall tour of Blanchard Springs and plans were made for five members to attend the planning meeting of the Arkansas federation of Women's Clubs on J u n e 1. The next meeting will be held July 10 in the home of Mrs. H. C. Palmer Mrs Mary Gilbert, Washington County Home economist, will give the Miss Sherri Bradley and Miss Kim Randle entertained with a surprise party honoring Miss Jan Deal, who is leaving Fay ctteville tn make her home in Texas. The party took place a the Bradley residence. F o r t y - s e v e n teenagers gathered Sunday night to saj 'goodbye." Cokes, potato chip and a cake decorated in purple and white, school colors at Fa etteville High, with the inscrip tion, "We'll surely miss y o u Jan," were served. Before going to Texas. Ja will spend four weeks at Kam Kana Komo in Branson, Mo where she will be princess o her tribe. iniiiiiiniiiiiiiiinniiiiiiniiiHnimiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiffliiiiii Announcements iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiffliiMiiiniiiiiiiimniiiiiiiiiiiiij minium Washington County Medica Assistants will observe "Boss cs Night." at 7:30 p.m. Thurs day at Agri Park. The them will be "Those Were the Days, and mode of dress will be style of the 50's. 5 f TUESDAY, JUNE 18, T974 nniiiiiR'iiiHiiiiiiifiiiiiniiiniiiiiiii,... aiiBiyiisininiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiniifliiiiiiiiiiinMiiiiniiiiMiiiiiiiiiisfliiiiiiiiiiiiipi MimiiHi EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB Extension Homcmaker Clubs in Washington County will mecl at the following p l a c e s and times: Thursday: Stony Valley, Miss Bill McClelland. 12 noon. June 26: Habberton Happy Homemakers, Mrs. Virginia Tisdale, 11 a.m. Enjoy Cod Comfort RUPTURE-EASER AMMMI IBTOI DOUBLB CLOSE OUT! SALE dress linings, Millium linings, dress end blouse fabrics and lace fabrics in prints or solidss. 50% OFF All Potterns Vogue -- Butterick -- McColls Simplicity Piece Goods Dept Street Floor Underwood's has pearl necklaces in all lengths from choker length to rope length--necklaces that are all pearl as well as necklaces shown in the latest fashion magazines mixed with lapis, jade, gold, tiger's eye, coral, and ivory. We also have hanks of pearls that can be purchased by the inch and strung to the length you desire. Fancy clasps are available to add that extra touch of glamor to your pearls. Underwood* i SUMMER HOURS NOW IN EFFECT Mon. through Fri.--S a.m. to p.m. Saturday--9 a.m. to 1 p.m. "Cafton" Charm Charm as it should be in the Cofton of acetate and nylon print. One size fits all and becoming to any figure. Lounging in its most comfortable way. Expert portraits at baby prices · You choose from finished portraits--not proofs · Your choice of poses · Reasonable prices for extra portraits--no obligation to buy · Offer limited: two per family, one per person · Child age-limit: three weeks to fourteen years · Croups A $1.25 for each additional peisoo Crown-lips, too! Couples, parents grandparent*, fajnily groups welcome. Groups for imfivNhuk at 11-25 per volitional pmon. Thur., June 20 Hint Sot., June 22 Photographers Hours: Thur. 9-9; Fri.-Sor. 9-6 Lingerie Dept. Street Floor Open Mon. Thur., NWe» IN 8-.30

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