Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 5, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Friday, July 5, 1974
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WIUUM lnilihliiiJUlirll Arhatiaaa or OMEN Friday, July 5, 1974 * 7 Bride-Elect Entertained Miss Kim Vanghf, Miss Le- »nne Bair and Miss Carol Ownbiy entertained with a party Sainrday at S« Vaughl residence on Crestwood Drive far Miss Kandlce Jane Ryan, bride-elect of Darrel Lamar Edmondson, whose wedding will be an event of 6:30 o'clock in the evening, Aug. 17, at the First Baptist Church. Pictured, left-right, are Mrs. Rodney Ryan, mother of the honorcc. Miss Ryan, and Mrs. James L. Edmondson, mother of- (he prospective bridegroom. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) Industry Produces Good Design Within Average Pocketbook By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfeatures Writer If your taste in home furnishings hasn't improved in these last years, perhaps yoa aren't really trying. Tastemaker Freda Diamond, who influences every ar«a of the home, furnish ings field, says and glassware designs are real- y spectacular. She showed some that sell for less than one dollar even though the shapes make them look far more ex- the industry mendous If art 'is putting tr- into producing Announcements Adult Center Ballroom Dance Group will meet at 7:30 , p.m. Saturday at the Center. Mike and Minnie Burton will be hosts, mode of dress is optional, and light refreshments will be served. we are getting some mendous/effort into producing good, design within the pocketbook of the average person." She coordinates merchandise for buyers of three chains of stores for whom she is home helps foreign governments do their own thing in design that will appeal to Americans. She has'been awarded the Professional Achievement citation by Cooper Union. "There it a very strong cycle in home furnishings although it niay. not seem so. It moves slowly because there is theory arid philosophy behind it. We keep in mind that people with small budgets most play it lots safer in furnishing their homes than people who have a lot of money to spend and can re..decorate .any..time..they want," "she explained. 1; ·'-''"' ; C'. So what happens when you own a costly avocado sofa or gold rug and'new colors come in? The market: now anticipates pensive. "And marvelous things from other countries, she emphasized. "I don't tell them how .to do something. That would be using them for cheap labor. But I do ' A meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 9, at Branion Mountain .Church to discuss plans for building a new church. Interested persons are asked to be present.- Miss Sipe Honored At Party Miss Paula W.,Sipe, bride elect of Robert W. Crouch, was honored with a drop-in showpi at tht Holiday Inn last Saturday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Clyde Bridges, Mrs. Jim Witt, Mrs Ernestine Patton and Mrs. H W. Stephens. A blue and white colo scheme was use din decoration and Mrs. Sally Fisher assistei her sister with the gifts. Daisy corsages were presen' ed to honored guests. Mrs. Pai Sipe of Fort Smith and Mrs Robert H. Crouch, · mothers o the engaged couple, Mrs. R. P miffliuiuiiiui them what to make so it be- acceptable to Ameri of their govern- has helped the tell will cans.' At behest ments, she tintiflHiiini your dilemma and helps'ease you ont of the color confinement, she explained. FRESHEN HOME "You can't throw away a big item because fashion decrees a new color- but you still will want to freshen your home. We bring in colors that are 4 sequence to the colors the average person.might own." For example, the color currently is-yellow, she says. It can provide a sunny glow to your five-year-old avocado rug or three-year old gold or whatever. It can be use dalso with the popular natural. colors -off-white and beige. It can »tand on its own, too. or be flat- Japanese small makers, Italian craftsmen, the Czechs, the Israelis, and has advised the Russians, "against shov/ing a certain handiwork in the United States because 'it wasn't their tasteful almost anyone can set helped Brazil and 'has assisted the Scandinavian countries. She might advise a country to make its lacquered cigarette box taller to accommodate king-size cigarettes-or to make a hot-plate larger. , "The Scandinavians are making tremendous, contributions to American taste with their beanr tiful glassware and potteries, and- Denmark has put teak on the map. India is supplying us with more beautiful decorative accents · perhaps -- brass, woods, embroideries, prints -than, any other country," she maintains. In tha United States popular- Births IP iinninnnii ilium mini m iniii uiiiiiiiiiiiiimm REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and-Mrs. Richard F. Richards of. Fayetteville,- a son, July 1. Mauley of Fort Smith, th bride-elect's grandmother, Mrs. Mural Smith of West For and Mrs. R. B. Crouch, grand mothers of the prospectiv bridegroom. Out-of-town' guests include Mrs. Robert Glover of Tuls Okla., Mrs. Garland Blayloc of Luling, La., and Mrs. Dea Browner of Columbia, S. C. The wedding of Miss Sipe an her fiance will take place o July 27 at the First Presb terian Church in Fort Smith. UN iinmiiiiiu inn nun muni mm! in iiniiiniiiNuiinnii mi Bridge News Mrs. George Roller and Mrs oe Rodman won the Sunda lernoon bridge tournament a ne Legion Hut where the grou ays regularly. Tying for second and Storms-Michaelis Vows Exchanged Alvin Michaelis of Mr. and Mrs. 1 W. . laces were Nancy Marsha nd Ed Burks with Mrs. Jo coll and Bob Borengasse 'ourlh place went lo Joe Sco nd Boh Munday, fifth to Da D earson and Roy Barbee an ixth to Mrs.. Paul Ross anc (Irs. Joe Nyberg. In Monday night's game orlh-south first place winner vere Mrs. J.A. Laner and Mrs. eorge Roller, Dr. and Mrs. Earl Riddick were second place vinners and Leon Marks and 1 Wittee were third place win- lers. East-West winners were Mrs. Foe Scott and Bob Borengasser, 'irst place; Mr. and Mrs. John In a double ring ceremony at 6 o'clock on Saturday, June , in St. Paul's Lutheran Church n Gillett, Miss Penny Michaelis and Patrick H. Storms were mited in marriage. Parents of he couple are .Mr. and Mrs. Gillett and H. Storms of Arkhill Acres Farms, Prairie Grove. The Rev. W. L, Couch Jr campus pastor of the University of Tennessee. Knoxville. -preformed the service before a white wrought iron archway en- twintd with greenery and flanked by baskets of assorted spring flo\yers. 'Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Richard Gordon, who also accompanied Miss Karen Montgomery of Van Buren, who sang "There Is "Pass It On." Love" and iradley, second; and Dr. Mrs. P. T. Partain, third. and Letter Confirms STUTTGART, Ark. (AP) -The jury foreman in the trial of two Kentucky women accused of killing a Hazen policeman says two jurors 'couldn't understand key technical testimony and were for acquittal. Gordon Burnett of DeWitt made the remarks in a letter to Pros. Atty. Sam Weems of Stuttgart. Weems confirmd Tuesday that he had received the letter. Lucille Oaks Shanks Smith, 24, of Dry Ridge, and Brenda Spencer, of Jackson, received life imprisonment sentences after the Arkansas County Circuit Court jiiry convicted them of first-degree murder. Given in marriage by her father, the bride;wore an original gown of white silk:organ7a over satin that she designed and made. Hand cut lace accented he sleeves, bodice and hem of the gown fashioned with a fitted empire bodice, long sheer sleeves and slightly flared A-line skirt that swept into a chapel-- englh train. Her veil of white illusion was secured by a satin Juliet cap covered with organza and trimmed with hand cut lace. She carried a nose-gay of white and yellow daisies sprinkled with stephanolis. baby's breath and greenery and wore a teardrop diamond necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs. Dana Long of Little Rock was her sister's matron of honor. Miss Kathleen Webb rf Lufkin. Tex., was maid of lonor 'and Miss Sally Hesser and Mrs. Susan Reed of Gillett and Miss Lynnette Rimmer of Clarksville were bridesmaids. They wore dresses of cotton eyelet embroidered in pastel colors trimmed with white eyclel lace, featuring short puffec sleeves. They wore large while picture hats accented with rib bon and carried white straw baskets of rainbow colorec She wore three small daisies tied with ribbon in her hair and carried a small while basket of mixed daisies. Steve Storms of Asbdown served bis brother as best man. G r o o m s m e n were Michael Storms of Siloam Springs, also a brother of the bridegroom Rick Bell of Mineral Springs, Rick Long of Little Rock and Mike Anderson of Springdale. Ushers were Neil Carson of Fayetteville anrt Alvin Michaelis Jr., of Gilletl. Mrs. Michaelis wore' a long coral empire waist dress with white accessories and a white orchid and Mrs. Storms chose a long pink gown with princess lines and matching jacket with white accessories. She also wore a white orchid. . Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Parish Hall of the church with Mrs. Michael Storms and Mrs. Maria Richtcr at the ser- table covered with a lace Treasury Amendment Proposal Is Killed \ LITTLE BOCK (AP) - Gov^ Dale Bumpers' proposal t» amend Iho state Treasury Man)! agement Act of 1965 lo allow the state to get a higher rate of return on its investments ap; parenlly has been killed. The Senate Insurance ; Coin? Committee voted 5-JL Tuesday not to recommend pas? sage of tlie Senate version oj the bill. However, the com mittee vote doesn't assure thj bill's defeat, but it is an irfc dication of the final outcome, .j The House version has beeij sent to the House Insuraneij and Commerce Committee, which hasn't token action on i ; Rep. Ray 'Smith Jr. of Springs, the bill's House sponsor, said Tuesday, however^ that the hill is dead. * Representatives of the Ar« i it; Hot kansas and the Bankers Arkansas Associatioi Savings and Loan Associations both opposed the hill at a hearing before thfc Senate Insurance and "onv merce Committee Tuesday. '· 'ing table cloth with an arrangement of spring' flowers and pink tapers tied with rainbow ribbons. A four-tiered wedding cake and Articles Filed : Articles of limited partnership .vcre filed T u e s d a y in. Washington County Court for William C. Little Jr. of Spring, dale and Robert Bernier of Fayctleville and Stone Moun- Weems had penalty. sought the death daisies. Flower girl, Lccann. Mich aelis, sister of the bride, wore fro/en fruit punch were served. Mrs. Dennis Massey was in la j,"i charge of the bride's book. TI', E two will hold the When the couple left for a chise on the International wedding trip on the Gulf of Pancake House on North Mexico, Mrs. Storms was wear- College Avenue. ing a tailored shirtwaist dress and short jacket in navy and white houndstooth accented with yellow. She pinned a daisy corsage to her jacket. They are now residing at Arkhill Acres ·"arms, Prairie Grove, where :he bridegroom is in Storms Agri Enterprises, and the bride vill return to the University of Arkansas in the fall to complete her senior year. Mr. and Mrs. Michaelis entertained with an outdoor barbecue on the patio of their home 'ollowing the wedding festivities with all of the out-of-town wedding guests attending. Guests were Mrs. Ina Beggs, Florence Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael An derson, Springdale; Mr. ant Mrs. Charles Blunetcll and fa mily, Capon, Okla.;* Mrs. Ro hert Clopp, Bartlesville. Okla. a white cotton eyelet dres trimmed in hand embroidery 'and daisies in rainbow colors Patricia Darnell and family, Memphis Tcnn.; Mr. and Mrs, R. W. Harbor and family, Kanas City. Kan.; Bob Harbouo, 'ittsburg, Kan. Miss Terri liar- our. Pittshurg; Steve Kerr. Lit-. le Rock; Miss Connie Karnes, Greenland; Mr. and Mrs. Dee JEC Greenland; Miss Mandy McAlisler, Mineral Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Rick Long, Littla lock; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rogers, Ccranlon; Miss Shirley lowlclt, Centcrton; Mr. and "VIrs. George Shimel, Modesto, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steine Rick Bell, Mineral Springs; Mr and Mrs. R. B. Christensen Carthage, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs Ed Besbien, Bella Vista; Mrs ger, Kansas City, Kan.; Mr.- and Mrs. Richard Wilson, Ed- 'erton, Kan.; Mr. and Mr*.- lohn Wilson, Kansas City. Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Michael Storms, Siloain Springs; Steva Storms, Ashdown; Mr. and Mrs. W 11 Storms Prairie Grove; and Everett E. Storms, Pleasant Hill, Mo. in good sellers taste tered by- persimmon and orange-gold, other .alternates. "You can find good things in any price bracket. Taste and price no longer equate," she in- lists. "More people have good taste than bad taste, but it all depends what the market forces on them. Because of exposure to so many good things, the American middle-class consumer has better taste than other middle ; class peoples." Some people,' of course, are more sophisticated, and manufacturers find it difficult to design for an elite few with avant garde taste. "When plastics came in everybody got excited, but then it became a dirty word until the Italians led the way with their beauifu! tics are you can go to the housewares department of any store and you will see good-looking plastic furniture that has become perhaps the best selling items in .the entire home furnishings area. Of course there are still »ome peopl? who don't use the best ingredients and make inferior objects and there may be some reaction to that." TABLE WARE Tableware ,has become so tasteful almost anyone can set a beautiful table, Miss Diamond observed. Oven-lo-table priced objects become best night." It is an.indication, she says, that the average American woman now knows a good thing when she sees it. June Construction Is Up In Springdale . SPRINGDALE -- A building permit issued for the Northwest Vocational upped the new construction in Springdale during June. With an estimated con : struction value of $449,300, the school -- now under construction -- comprised almost half the total value of new construction on the June building inspector's report. The estimated construction value for all building initiated Dl around town during June is declared a Construction Three com- building permits total value estimated of $537,500. furniture. Now plas- widely accepted and mercial permits were issued for $78,9M total estimated construction value. Other permits were issued for a swimming pool and a storage building. Housewares Orig. 19.95 Regal Cookware Regal Cast Aluminum 7 PC. cookware set. 9.99 Orig. 29.95 Cookware Set Regal 7 pc. decorated cookware set featuring new classic white Teflon II 22.99 Orig- 9.99 9 Cup Percolator West Bend automatic with 9 cup perk 5.99 Housewares--DILLARD'S--Second Floor Thousands and Thousands of Yards . . . Spring and Summer Designs Priced to Sell! Fabric Clearance Theft' Reported SPRINGDALE -- Jack Stone, 2200 Garly Road, reported to police Tuesday the theft of his electric bass guitar from the First Assembly of God Church and his camera from his car parked at the Chamber of Commerce. Stone said the two thefts occnrred last Friday. l»~~efegantly 'high "styied I Totalloss is estimated at $300. ·I|||1IMIII1II«^^ Daily Calendar of Events SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 3-wiy N. Collega IM U3-B9 I For Your Prescription N**dt | QUAKER DRUG » E. Center --44M2M City Faittif Lot In Rear Saturday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office on Square, 7 a.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Churhc, 7 p.m. Adult Ballroom Danes Group, Adult Center, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. Linens No Iron Sheets K ^ft Twin Famous makers fitted sheets in decorator prints, large and small floral design in pastel and deep tones. If Pert. 6.79 Full Fitted 4.99 K Perf. 4.29 pr. Cases 2.99 i\f\ MM .« f t / Towel Ensemble "Noblesse" sculptured design in soft sheared terry. Tone on Tone, in many beautiful colors. Bath Towel If Per. 1.98 Hand Towel ,, 99 If Per. .89 Wash Cloth ..........,,, 63 If Per. 3.50 1.69 Bedspreads If Per. $27 Twin "Calico" from -Louisville, quilted to the floor. Throw style spreads in all over floral print, Brown or green. Machine washable. If Perf. $31 Full 12.88 If Perf. $H8 Queen 14.99 If Perf. $45 King '..:... 15.88 Linens--DILLARD'S--Seco'ntl Floor Group I Orig. $2,98 and more 44 1 |100% Polyester Double Knits--Included are lassortcd fibre blends--Many suitable for Back |to School. "DOORBUSTERS Dressmakers Shears 1 Orig. 7.95 imported plastic-handle, t dressmakers surgical shears. ZL Limited quantities. ^* lOrig. 1.99 and more Sportswear ISportswear fabrics. Made of 65% polyester-35% ICotton, 50% Polyestcr-50% Avril, or 100% Cot- Iton. In broadcloths, seersuckers, or violets. lOKg. 1.98 and more (Dressy or Sportswear Il00% Cotton, 50% Polyester-50% Rayon, or Il00% Printed Polyesters. You won't believe Ithe selection unless you see it [ALL SPRING FABRICS llhis includes all fabrics not Included |in the above Fabrics--DILLARD'S--Second Floor 1.17 1/3 Off md Floor Open Monday Through Saturday Until 9

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