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SISTERS OBSERVE ANNIVERSARIES .. Mrs. Porter, Mrs. Hulclieia, Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Littrell, with their fiiistads standing behind them, will observe their twenty-fifth wedding anniversaries with a Zimmerman family reunion Reunion-Anniversaries For Zimmerman Family Underway Faur daughters of the 13 children of the late Mrs. Ruby Zimmerman of Brnnlwnod and West Fork, who died in 1958, are observing their twenty-fifth wedding Anniversaries this week and invite their Friends and relatives to come hy the old Rrenlwood school Friday afternoon from 4 until 7 o'clock. Tills is a part of a Zimmerman family reunion the first, to commemorate the anniversaries. The reunion started Wednesday and will continue through Friday. Belly Love Zimmerman married Roheri. Glen Hutchens on March -I. 1949 at West Fork. Judge Filbcr performed the ceremony. Shirley R. Zimmerman married Ralph lie. all of Pueblo. Colo., Doris and John Norris and daughters, Judy and Jill, of Quincy. III.. Darlene and Joe Bill Litlrell h daughter and son-in-law, H. Mills on Mas- West Fork. Judge , Filber also performed the ceremony. l,ora Jean Zimmerman married ,T. Leon Porter on June H, 19'ltJ in Fayetteville, and Darlene R. Zimmerman married Joe Bill LiUrcll on Jan, 25. 1049 in Bentonville. All atlendcd Brenlwoort and West Fork sclwol s, al 1 members of llic Church of Christ. Mrs. Hulchens and Mrs. Porter attend Center and Locust Streets Church of Christ in Fayetteville, Mrs. Mills attends the Winslow Church of Christ, and Mrs. Litlrell attends the same church in Phoenix, Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. Htilchens have three daughters ;ind one grandchild, Mr. and Mrs. Mills have three sons, Mr. and Airs. Porter have three sons and a daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Litlrel! have A son and a daughter. Out-of-town guests hern For the f a m i l y reunion and celebration arc Loren and Katie Z\m merman, Nolan mid Gladys Zimmerman and g r a n d d a u g h - ters Rhonda and Sliawna Stien- Debra and Charles Hinegard ner, of Phoenix, Ariz., and spe cial guests Mr. Lydia Anderson of Moab, Utah and Mrs. Flor ence Shaffer of Sedalia. Colo. African Violet Club Meets For Dinner In Home Of Mrs. Stewart Green Thumb African Violet Club met this week for a potluck dinner in the home of Mrs. R. !.. Stewart. Mrs. Charles Stewart was co-hostess. Guests were Mrs. Ann Stewart. Mrs. Carol Reeves and Mrs. Eleanor Rumdell. After dinner Mrs. Roliert Logan, president, opened the meeting with the Lord's Prayer and Mrs. Fred Kerr gave devo- ion, "In Times Like These," by Helen Steiner Rice. Plans for a booth at- the Washington County Fair were discussed and an African Violet sale o! planls was set for October at Northwest Arkansas Plaza. Violet . Inc. ibrary were shown on Lhe subject. "Tender loving care for miniatures." Mrs. Charles Stewart received the myster package. The next meeting on July will he a dinner at Wyatt's Cafeteria. Household Hint Begin ironing a collar on the wrong side, working from the poinls toward the center. Turn the collar and press the righ side from the points to the cen ler. Your collar should be smooth and neat looking. iiiniuiiiiiiniwiiiiHiiaiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiMiuMiiniiiiiiNn! Announcements OMIIllfflllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIINIIIIIIIIini The annual Roberts famiV reunion will be held from 1 .m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Jun 0, at Agri Park. Friends an elatives will share a haske Tinner at noon. The afternoo 'ill be spent visiting, playini games and folk singing. Household Hint Give old pearl buttons a coat ig of clear nail polish to giv icm a new gloss. Slides of the African Society of American Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycces, Wyatf's, 7 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-wsy radio For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 4Â«-Â«MÂ« City ParklBg Lot b RÂ»r Pat's Antiques _-/ -^ WhÂ»re There's Always Something New That's Old... TMi WÂ«tk M fete See Ou r Miejmey M Wee), Pie* vealciM cabinet with Â·Til mirnr. Cradle-very eU aad hfiwtilal. \mnli wasBsUnd--unusual. Rlnket hei--pegged and refinisbedL Â·V Safe--wltt ftrrtfi tin. . Cef 7f147Â«S Workshop Set At University By NpRMA CONNKK Inquiries from over the United tatcs and from Paris, France bout the Mime Workshop scheduled this summer al the Jniversity of Arkansas, are owing into the office of Thomas Leabhart, instructor in the )epa rime nt of Speech a nd Dramatic Art. .- , Â· Â· Leabhart, ^who, also,, directs lie Mime School, Inc., said the nquiries stem from the fact iiat Ihree outstanding artists in ime and dance will combine heir talents and professional abilities to teach th escven-week Workshop in July and August. "It will be a most unusual program for this part of the :ountry and perhaps a first of ts kind in the United States," ^abhart said. "It is really an unusual opportunity were students can get such a concen- rated study of mime, classical allet and East Indian dance."' The University instructor, who teaches mime, movement or the theater, and acting, will be joined by Lalli, a teacher of East Indian dance, and Syl- Â·ia Stewart, a classical dancer, :i teaching daily, Monday through Friday, classes. "Registration is coming rom as far away as Minneapo- and California. We've had nquires from Paris, France, and a number of prestigious publications such as 'Mademoiselle* magazine have expressed interest i n the workshop, M Leabhart said. "We are most fortunate to lave a teacher of East Indian dance, with such a marvelous and varied background, to each six consecutive weeks in ,he same workshop," Leabhart continued. "While Lalli is here, she will be presented in a dance-lecture under the auspices of the University's Distinguished Lecture series. Dr. Louise Kramer, .chairman of the committee, said that Lalli would give the public presentation Thursday evening, July 10, at 8 p,m. in the University Theater at the Arts Cener. Lalli is an American dancer who received her initial training in the ancient temple dance of South India at the Institute of Pine Arts in Madras. She further, learned the art of Abhina- ya '(gesture - language) from Swarna Saraswathi of Madras. Lalli has also studied the North Indian court dance called Luc-know Kathak, in Bombay. In 1958, she gave her New York debut at Carnegie Hall as the first dancer to present Lucknow Kathak in the United States. Since then she has toured the United States and Canada with her program entitled "Classical Dances of India." She has choreographed Indian astcal danc* styles for other soloists, dance companies and theater troupes doing Indian dramas. She presented two one- hour programs for children, which toured schools in New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania. In 1967, she was featured in Calcutta at AH Akbar College, at the Fine Arts Theater in New Delhi and in Bombay. Since her return to the United States in 1968, Lalli has presented her program in colleges through the Â£ast and South and lias loured extensively with the Children Theater International Company. Miss Stewart trained at the School of American Ballet, the A m e r i c a n Ballet Theater School, and the Joffrey School in New York City, She has studied modem technique with Nora White Shatluck in Austin. Texas, and ballet with Penelope Lagios in San Francisco. Prior to moving to Kayettcville, where she directs her own scliool, she taught at Austin. Lebhart. who returned to the University of Arkansas two years ago after studying four years with Elienne Dccroux in Paris, France, has given lecture-demonstrations and workshops at the University of Paris, the Sabhattini Theater in Begium. The Folk Theater of Madagascar. Loyala University in New Orleans, and Ecole de Mime Potash in Monlpellier, France. He founded the Mime School, Inc., and it performs at colleges and universities in Arkansas and in the Southwest. "Workshop classes will be held nt Uio Unitarian Fellowship Hall at 901 Cleveland, Lebahart said. "They will !cgin at 8a.m. and continue through Births : REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Terence B. Austin of Chester, a daughter, June 21. Mr. and Mrs. Byron K. Dick of Prairie Grove, a son, June 21. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Squires of Fayutlevillc. a son, June 21. Mr. and Mrs. H'reddic I). Wood of Fayctteville, a daughter. June 22. Mr. and Mrs. W. Home Burford of Springdale, a son, June 23. Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Smith of t'ayetteville, a daughter, June 25. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Center Â»f Springdale, a daughter, June 25. Mr. and Mrs. Howard D. Downing of Fayetteville, a daughter, June 25. 4 p.m. e a c h day Monday through Friday." Dunce students from the' 10th grade in high school, dance teachers, drama teachers .directors; and other interested people are eligible to attend classes. A fee for the course phis room and hoard in-University housing will he charged. "We will have an opening for the Workshop on Sunday even ing, June 30, so students and people living within the University community may meet Lalli, Miss Stewart and me." the instructor said. The Workshop will begin July 1 and conclude August 16. WorthtDTBt Arksttraa W /or OMEN Thursday, June 27, 1974 e I Reception Honors Couple A reception given l a s t Sunday in the Terrace Room of the Holiday Inn honflred Albert Daniel iVIosley Jr. and his hridc, Martha, given by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Daniel Mosley Sr. The couple was married June 8 in Win- ter Haven, Fla., and alter Am;. I, they will make their home in Tallahassee, Fla., where Dan, J r . , will finish work on Â» degree in Social Work at Florida State University and Martha will teach school. Opening July 1st BILLYH MATERNITY SHOP, INC. TO TEACH CLASSES .. .in mime, movement for theater, Lolli, a teacher o\ East Indian dance, will jow Thomas Leabhart oj the University of Arkansas Department oj Speech and Dramatic Art in leaching classes "Everything for ttw expectant mother" 502 West Emma 751-1474 Springdale, Ark. To love end be Icwsd is to be a ringing success USE OUR CONVENIENT CREDIT TERMS dumoodi per band, $129 DOes. UK Our Commie* OUMf PLMB-WOGET ACCOUNTS Gordonj JEWELERS WE ACCEPT: Â· BankAmericard e Dinar* Club Â· Shopper* Charge e Marter Charge e Carte Blanche e American Expren ^L^ Â· JEWEL EffS 'lOp Gordon? IN FAYETTEVIUE SHOP AT GORDON'S: Northwest Arkansas Plazo (4201 Highway 71 North) a) Other S'ores irt Little Rock and Pine Bluff Â· Shop Gordon'* Coast to Coast.