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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 29, 1974
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(TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) BRIDE-ELECT COMPLIMENTED ... Mrs. Mead, Miss Mead, Mrs. Hubert Cowan and Mrs. E. A. Cowan at the Wednesday morning party in the home of Mrs. Pendleton on Skyline Drive Six Hostesses Entertain For Miss Lynn Mead Miss Joseph T. Pendleton, Mrs. Clarence Young, Mrs. Dal Hollingswurlh. Mrs, Nolen Wil- linms. Mrs. J. E. McClellnnd and Mrs. Robert Clack were hostesses at a coffee Wednesday morning honoring M i s s Barbara Lynn Mead, bride-elect of Morris Randolph Cowan. The Pendteton residence on Skyline Drive was decorated with arrangements of summer flowers for the event. Reciving guests in the living room with Miss Mead were Mrs. Hubert Cowan and Mrs, Paul Mead, mother* of the engaged couple, and Mrs. E. A. Cowan, grandmother of the prospective bridegroom. All received corsages of daisies tied with blue and white checked ging ham ribbon. Miss Katy Mead, sister or the bride-lobe, was in charge of the bride'i book, which was placed on a table beside an arrangement of cornil nwers and daisies in a crystal basket. In the dining room, the serving table was covered with an embroid e r ed Madeira run ner and held # crystal tiered centerpiece of fresh vegetables, blue cornflowers, and shasta daisies topped with a pair ol musical doves. Mrs. Clyde T. KodgL-rs Jr., of West Memphis, sister of the bridegroom-to-be, poured. After being served, guests were directed downstairs to the patio where tables were decorated with zinnias in bamboo baskets and garden flowers bordered the yard area. The honoree received a gifl of silver from the hostesses. A f a m i l y wedding at the First Baptist Church in Stihvell, Okla., on Aug. 10 is being planned. Church (s Scene Of Bridal Shower Elkins Community Church was the scene of a bridal shower for Miss Mary Ellen ^weetser, bride-elect of Bil Ihofner, on Tuesday. Gifts were placed on a table covered with a cloth printed in 'ellow flawers where Miss luby Stokenbury and Miss Pat "5aton assisted the honoree in ipening gifts. Punch and cake were servec y Mrs. Bradford Gorham am Miss Wilma Wendt from a labL covered with a lace over yello« "loth with a centerpiece · o: vhite candles and a magnolia ilossom floating in a green bowl. Forty guests attended. Bouffant-Beard Meet In Salons HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) -The bouffant and the beard may be seen side by side in Connecticut beauty salons now that a federal judge has opened their doors to all sexes. "It might be fun. You never know who you'll meet in a beauty salon," said Marjorie Stevenson of Windsor, as she settled into a chair at a downtown salon. She was having her hair done one day after U.S. District Court Judge Jon 0. Newman ruled unconstitutional the section of a state law prohibiting hairdressers from serving male customers. The law allows barbers to cut the hair of both sexes. In his ruling, Judge Newman noted that hair fashion has changed since the hairdresser law was passed 50 years ago. "There is now in vogue among some members of the male sex a 'unisex' fashion whereby males desire to have their hair styled and cut longer in some more detailed manner," he said. Angelo Bermudez, owner of the Michelangelo Beauty Salon in New Haven, said he was concerned the ruling might be "an invasion of privacy." "I don't think women would like to walk around in rollers and a bleached head in front of men," he said. Bermudez said he would accept male customers and might do their hair "in a back room." NO APPREHENSION But most women contacted in a -spot survey voiced no apprehension about sharing their domain with men. "It wouldn't bother me in the least. My husband sees me in rollers and I have a man doing my hair," said Mrs. Enos Arnold of West Hartford, a patron at Nigrelli's Beauty Salon in Hartford. Charles Nigrelli, the owner disagreed. "I will have a separate area for the men to make it comfort able for hoth sexes," he said Other salon owners said thej might set up a special time or day for men. In New York State, either sex may be served by a barber o cosmetologist. But the shop must provide enclosed booths (or customers wishing them and requires a storefront sign wilhin. Massachusetts has n prohibition on men going t beauty salons. Margaret Russo, whose salon in Hartford caters to on older crowd, said "1 think the young er girls would love it becaus they might meet a date." Some beauty salon owner said men had been asking them for hair stylings for more than a year but were turned away because of the law. Another salon owner, Pat Bo rawski, said she didn't thin! men would take advantage o the new ruling. 'I believe women have thei place to go and men have thei place to go," she said. Bruno Utley, a West Hartforc stylist, said men could gain from a trip to a salon. "It would make them look more presentable, instead walking around shabby and un kempt," he concluded. EPA Approves Grant LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- T h Environmental P r o t e c t i o n Agency has approved three Step 1 grants totaling $117,OOC for wastewater treatment faci' itics in Arkansas, Step 1 grants are used ft planning and rludy phases of project. mimi Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Order of the Amaranth, Ozarks Electric Building, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. AJ-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, t p.m. SMITH'S CoMiiiunicottOfi 2-Way Radio I Far Yaw I IQUAKER DRUG 8E.CCMCT-MMM Oly PnU« I* tm ten Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. ArAnon, VA rkspital, 7 p.m . The home of Dr. and Mrs. 'aimer Pilcher at 1650 Applebury Drive was the scene, of a reception honoring Mrs. Billie Blatt on Friday evening. Mrs. Blatt, who has served s administrative secretary to Dr. Pilcher since 1967 and in he office of the vice president or academic affairs for eight ·ears, retired effective July 1. A profusion of summer lowers decorated the Pilcher lome and the same blossoms 'ormed a centerpiece for the Births ffiiniMiiiiimiiiinmimiiMiniinnniiiiiiMmifiiiiiiniin REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Richard White of Fayetteville, a son, June 26. Mr. and Mrs. Terry M, 'atterton of Fayelteville, s daughter. June 27. Mr. and Mrs. Ron E. Ramej of Winslow, a son, June 27. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin W. Fer uson of Fayetteville, a son Tune 27. Credit Women Meet FayeUevilte Credit Women nternational met Wednesday tvening at the Holiday Inn wit! Mrs. Glendora Sharp presidio "t the business meeting. M r s . Katherine Carne reported on the sales of plac nats and note paper and Mrs Sharp announced that the an nual state convention is to h in Pine Bluff at the Ramada rnn on Sept. 6, 7 and 8. Mrs. Evelyn Cox introduced ihc speaker. Mrs. Ann England who discussed the advent o women into credit work. The next meeting will be hel uly 10. 5?ortht»at Arfuutmu or MEN Saturday, June 29, 1974 · 3 Party Manors Mrs. Blatt Who Is Retiring efreshment table where guests were served champagne punch and party foods. Mrs. Blatt was given a corsage of pastel flowers and an engraved gold brooch from her Ksts and friends. Assisting Mrs. Pilcher in erving guests were Debbie irown, Connie Hutson, Tamsy Sandford. Ellen Smith and Margie Young. Approximately 5 0 guests called between the appointee hours of 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. wmiiiiiiBiiiiiiuratiiiiiiiTism Personals miimmiiiiiimiiiiiiiTiraiiiiiiniiitipTM Mr. and Mrs. Larry Couch and children. Steven. Melissa and Michael of Texarkana, Tex., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Couch and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Couch. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest H. Hod ges of Fayelteville have returned from Burlington, N. J., where they attended commencement exercises at Burlington Township High School where their grandaughter, Debra Ann Lalronica, was -1 member of the graduating class. Following commencemimt the Hodges were guests at an open house for graduates given by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Slrohmeier.' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Vaile have returned from Hot Springs where Mrs. Vaile attended the Alpha Phi international convention at the Arlington Hotel. Sorority Chapter Entertains Guests Delta Chi chapter of Beta jigma Phi held a get acquainted party at the home of Mrs. Tom Riales recently ·Special guests for the evening veie Mrs. Fred Jansen, Mrs Tom Hitt, Miss Alison Reemes Ylrs. Barry Bailey, Mrs. Davit Beckham, Mrs. Ken Merritt and Mrs. Gregory Dowers. Mrs. John Williams, member ship chairman, and Mrs. Doug S t o v a 11 , president, greete guests and introduced them to the chapter members. Mrs. Williams presented at introduction of Beta Sigma Ph and explained about the ther nography machine that th ocal chapters are raising funds For. And the fireworks stand to be held by Delta Chi at the Spee-Dee Mart on Leverett a! its money making project. Refreshments of finger sand wiches, chips, and relishes iwith ?okes or coffee were served with dessert of homemade ict ·ream and a choice of toppings Mr and Mrs. Gary Williams of Glendale. Ariz., are visiting ?,'* P 8 TM**. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Williams of Elkins. SWIFTS I7N«rtk Another FAMILY WBXIY Exctene - June 30* famito "RoboT or "Angel Of Mercy"? A Famous Author's Eye-Opening Look At Today's Nurse Are aortet ttM tmderpatf? It Florence Nightingale am Adr model? Why are to many aunaig jdboob dosing? Dr. Frank G. Slaughter writes exclusively this week for Family Weekly on a modern day dilemma, the role of the registered nurse in today's hospital. With more patients, higher costs and more sophisticated eQmpmcfUr RN's find themsH¥BS managing television monitors and computer print-outs while the patient remains at a toss for a kind word of encouragement. Learn what Or. Slaughter recommends to turn this trend around and help provide patients with that all-important psychological care. In your copy of MM At National Convention Attending the 37th Alpha Chi Omega National Convention it Stoulfers Inn in Atlanta, Ga., June 20 to June Z4, were Rod Fairnead, pledge trainer, Cindy Browne, chapter president, and Mi mi Fair- bead, rush chairman, of t h e local chapter, and Margie Stewart, chapter advisor. A large croup from all over the United States attended. Medical Assistants Bosses Night Held "Those Were the Days," was the theme of Washington o u n t y Medical Assistants annual Bosses' Night banquet held at Agri Park last week. Members and guests arrived dressed in styles of the 1950's. Gladys Abercrombie, Denise Irabtree and Janet Johnson performed as the "Andrews Sisters." and there was "roasting of a local physician and a medical assistant. Barbara Longstaff was program chairman for the event and members of the committee were Gladys Abercrombie. Denise Crabtree and Betty Vodjdani. Mustard Carrots A creamy mixture of dry mustard, light brown sugar anc butter is used to coat cookec carrots. U s e the vegetable to accent a meal of meat loaf potato salad, cookies and t h e beverage of your choice. MUSTARD CARROTS 1 Bag (12 oz.) miniature carrots 2 Tbsps butler 2 Tbsps light brown sugar 1 Tsp. dry mustard Peel carrots; cnok in 1 inch of boiling salted water, covered, just until tender crisp; drain Melt the butter and stir in su gar and mustard until smooth; add carrots, turning them in the butter mixture, and reheat Makes 4 servings. Bob Winn and Earl Thornton were first and second place winners in the Community Adult Center bridge party. 3ther winners were Joe Weaver, Ed Maille, Jessie Driit, and Lillian Smith. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the activities of (he Adult Center. For further information phone 443-3512. Bridge News Household Hint When honey has turned to ugar, place the honey jar in saucepan containing hot 'ater and leave it there until ie honey is once more syrupy and flavorful. EVEREST 4 JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS fotosroio" RENTALS t SALES FijeCttville Drat E. Site Square 4U-7MI THE PI?Z A HOT DELIVERS! CALL 521-3O11 Now Open at 11:00 a.m. R* PIZZA, ftHPW SlffiEME? It's a whole new ball game, Yes, Banclub is a whole new ball game. Here's the score. With your Banclub membership you get free personalized checks, unlimited checking activity, Cashiers and Travelers checques with no issue charge, a $10,000 accidental death insurance policy for depositors under 70, discount travel plans, reduced car rental rates, and many more services. Even free coffee at the bank. Best of all, Banclub only costs $3.00 a month. Banclub at the Bank of Elkins, Fayettevilie's suburban bank; it's a winner. Bank of Elkins FAYETTEVILLE'S SUBURBAN BANK HIGHWAY 16 EAST t-643-2131

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