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Works Atop County Courthouse Woman Joins Construction. Crew By JANI NOGGLE TIMES Staff Writer 'Ann Zciler, a thoughtful, sort- spoken young woman has joined "the ranks of unskilled con : s t r u c t i o n laborers, usually thought lo, be the domain of men only;" . ., Slid'can be found each weekday between 8 a.m. and 5 p:m. .(when the weather is fair) oh the -roof of the Washington County Courthouse cutting tile, hauling or laying tjle, tearing off shingles, "mixing mortar, collecting trash or. whatever such task conies along. "At first I was kidded a little (by her male counterparts) they were surprised that I worked so hard. Now .they don'* kid and I'm one of the crew," she said. Ann has been on the crew of contractor C. E. House since last January. The roofing proj ect tor the Courthouse M d i m u ill cany afcnius auu should be completed in about a month. : Ann claimed that her job was acquired- by .accident and her need lo obtain work. One day she took a friend employed on iiuuav a t i u w Ljdi;^ tu wum following lunch and saw the men cleaning bricks. She thought she could do the job also, talked to House and was hired that alternoon to clean bricks. Parents Are A Bother Whije Child, Is In The Dental Chair FARMINGTON, Conn. (AP) -- Although the dental profession considers the presence of liat they didn't communicate heir fears to the child," Ven lam said. parents a bother child is in the dental chair, a dentist with a Ph.D. in child) UP ON THE HOOF (TTMESphoto by Hay Gray) Â· Â·Â·of Washington County Courthouse is Miss Ann Zeiler, who is one of the creia making current repairs .. Fitzhugh-Lubker Vows Said On Saturday afternoon, June 29, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the United Methodist Church in Bald Knob, Miss Ann Lubker became the bride of J. Michael Fitzhugh. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Lubker of Bald Knob and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B. Fitzhugh of Fayetteville.- The Rev. Sanv Teague of Bentonville officiated, and a program of nuptial music was presented by Miss Cynthia Alcott of Bald Knob, pianist, and Sarn Edwards of Bald Knob, guitarist and soloist. ; Church ' decorations were ivory candles massed before a background of ivy. ; The .bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal gown of candlelight Brussels lace fashioned with Victorian neckline and princess lines with a full flowing skirt falling into a chapel train. The long tapered sleeves were accented with satin at the wrist, and tiny covered buttons adorned the front of the dress. Her veil was a mantilla of Brussels lace falling to fingertip-length, and she carried a bouquet of daisies and blue cornflowers in a cascade of ivy atop a white Bible used by her sister at her wedding. ' Mrs. James Duckett of Little Rock was her sister's matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. Richard Kaspa'r of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Freddie Arnholt of Atlanta, Ga., Miss Ziba Smith of Bald Knob and Miss Ginny Gaines of Little "Rock. They wore floor-length dresses of floral : print on a wheat cplored background fashioned .with V-neckjiries and cap sleeves, and yellow daisies in their hair. . Miss Slacey Duckett of Little Rock, niece of the bride, and Miss Tpmilee Bridges of Bald Kr-.bb lighted the candles and wore wheat colored, peasant- type floor-length dresses,, briar- stitched at the neckline. Their tiered skirts had pastel, ap- pliqued braid at the hemline, waist and bust, and they wore yellow daisies in their hair. Gene Fitzhugh of Fayetteville served his brother as best man, and Greg Lee, Bill Bearclen and Neal Sullens of Fayetteville and Artie Gregory of Little Rock -were groomemen and.ushers. ,Just prior to the entrance of the mothers of the 1 couple, the bride's grandmother and the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. Lydia Bryant of Little Rock, Mrs. Fitzhugh's older'sister, wearing corsages of daisies, were seated. Mrs. Lubker wore a floor- length mint green dress fashioned along princess lines and Mrs. Fitzhugh' wore a formal-length gown of electric blue chiffon styled with a full flowing skirt. Both pinned corsages of daisies and ivy on their purses. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at Bald Knob Country Club. Serving the tiered bride's cake, f room's cake, and punch were Irs. Frank Miller, Mrs. T. L. Adair, Mrs. John Killian, Mrs. Robert Powell. Mrs. Carl Edwards, Mrs. W. C. Shirley, Mrs. Jeff Smith and Mrs. Lavon Bridges. Mrs. Don Hampton presided at the guest book and rice bags were distributed to guests by Misses Chris Bridges, and Janet Clark. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. -Lubker entertained friends and out-of-town guests ,with a buffet supper at their home. The bride and bridegroom left for a trip after dinner and will reside in Fort Smith whera he is Assistant District Attorney and she is employed by the Fort Smith Special. School District. . Â· ' '. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald G. Woodruff and children, Mr. -and 'Mrs. William Weston Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Rose; Mr. and Mrs. J. Ed Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Eoff, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian L. Sanger, Mrs. Greg Lee, Tim Strobel and Mrs., W. J. Bearden, all of Fayetteville; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Weaver and family of El Dorado, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lee Caulder and Bart of Little Rock and Thrift Tip Unusual plastic containers which held dusting powder can be filled with a measuring tape, small scissors, pin cushion, needles, and a thimble to make a handy sewing box for gift living. Mrs. Lydia Bryant of Little Rock, all relatives of the .bridegroom. Miss Gloria Norman of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth StoU of Little Rock, Mrs. Danny Mills of Harrisburg, the former Miss Mary Jane Rose of Fayetteville, Mr: and Mrs. Wendell Workman of Jonesboro, former Fayetteville residents, Richard Ross of Fort Smith, Dick Kasper of Kansas City and Freddie Arnholt of Atlanta, Ga. Symphony Will Present Its Summer Concert When the University-North rkansas Symphony presents s Summer Concert pt 8 o'clock hursday evening in the Arkanas Union Ballroom with Theo- or Avilahl conducting, it larks his farewell perform- nce. He has-accepted the posi- on as i conductor of the sym- hony orchestra/.of the Univer- ty of Wisconsin 'at Milwaukee? Â·homas Lebhart and Deb- pah Wreie, mises, Roy J. Nastasi and Anitra S. Williams, iolists, and Becky Davis, pian- st, will be featured. Selections include "Concerto i . Â· E m a j o r for Two /iolas and String Orchestra," y George Phttipp Telemann. "he' mime duet, performed by ^eabhart and Miss Kreie, is not n interpretation of Telemann's Â·music. Unlike'dance, it does not hythmically follow the music; unlike pantomine, "it : d'es not ell a : specjfic story. The music a textured. background for wo figures who .sculpt space order to articulate a symbolic drama. Joseph Haydn's 'Symphony No. -45 in F-sharp minor; "Concerto for Piano and )rchestra No. 20 in D minor," )y Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; and selections from the musicals of Richard Rogers will also be heard. Anitra:Williams is the daugh- r of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence iVilliams of Harrison and is a junior at the University of Arcansas Music Department. She Â·studies viola with Prof. Roy J. Nastasi, associate professor of Music. He has received degrees from-Louisiana State University where he studied with Dr. Ken- icth Kalus flnd more recently, ic ; has studied viola with the renowned violist Paul Doktor in v York City. Becky Davis of Texarkana has studied piano Eor eight years and is a mem ber of the National Honor Society. She has received many awards including the three-state isychology says parents can ielp reduce a child's fear. But some parents are "more effective than others," said .Dr. Larry L. Venham, who teaches ch'ld;. dentistry at the University of. Connecticut Health Center. . " ; " . ' , "ThB'mothers who seem to have a lot of anxiety about dentistry, I would leave them in the waiting room," said Venham, who recently won an honorable mention for his study en whether mothers should stas with their children during den tal treatment. Citing examples in his study Venham said, "Some mothers were so frightened by dentistry Venham, 32, says his dcn- listry is confined to theclass istry is confined to the classroom .and to treating children, He hopes for a federal grant to support his research on how to iiake a visit to the dentist less 'earful and anxious for young hemselves that they would si there and openly display their own fear of the procedures." "Mothers would be making le^anxiety of the situation." vKASfif " w efe smart enough Coming to Fayeltcville from' aris, Ark., Ann has studied cveral semesters at the Uni- ersity of Arkansas majoring in ocial welfare. "I like my work when I feel m learning something and it e r t a i n 1 y has made me trongcr. I wasn't used to the hysical labor and after a day f work I .would be real tired ut also excited because I'd ever done anything like this," xplained Ann. "Most of the work I think vomen could handle but some ,hings are too heavy tor me. 11 she added. She recalled one time when she first started vork and was attempting to lift a mortar bag weighing about 0 pounds but was falling and loundering around it when voman friend drove by in car and stopped and helped her vith the chore. Venham. said he/would try, t involve mothers i f : he had hi; own private practice. . Before allowing mothers inli the work area, Venham said In would interview each one am select those based on a gooi rleationship with the child. Mothers .who are . anxiou about dentistry or who do no have good relationships wit their children would not b allowed to accompany them Venham said. "They would just make the! child nervous when they]r around them. What I'm tryin to do is minimize the stress an give them as much security as possible!"- 'Now it is still heavy for. ma but I couldn't fall over," sha said confident in her newly acquired strength and ability. She added that she doesn't ntcnd to be a ' heavy construction worker. Although the job of a construction laborer is extremely .iring, Ann manages to participate in outside activities, including an all affiliated with women group the Women's Center "I think the Women's Center really does fine things such a stheir self help clinic," she said. Then Ann, who had coma down to the fourth floor of tha courthouse with the rest of'the crew for a brief break with; a quick interview outfitted in her work clothes and hard hat, war: back up the ladder to the hot, lofty root to complete the day's labors. -'' Â·Norihu*Bi Arkansas QJtmfa W /or OMEN Saturday, July 6, 1974 Â· IB ^^HHBji fju. f %. t I ftJHHH MRS. J. MICHAEL FITZHUGH . . . was Miss Ann Lubker before her marriage on June 29 in Bald Knob Chi Omega Progrc Mrs. Bowker, Nati Mrs. Lewis Yoe, Psi Chapter advisor delegate and Miss Betty Askew, Fayetteville Alumnae delegate, attended the 40lh Biennial Convention of the Chi Omeaa Fraternity at the Greenbrier Hotel in White Sulphur Springs, W. Va., June 19-23 They were accompanied by Miss Sally Jackson, Smith, Psi president a n d official delegate and Miss Merrie Bellman,- Springfield, Psi rush chairman and alternate delegate. Mrs. L. R. Bowker, Little Rock, the former Winnie Hopkins of Marianna, 1928 graduate of the University of Arkansas, former president of Psi Chapter and national president of Chi Omega was the presiding officer. She was re-elected for the 1974-76 biennium. The Convention banquet program dedicated to Mrs. Bowker by "her own Psi Chapter", featured on its cover a postal card photograph of the Chi Omega Greek Theater, a 'gift of the National Fraternity to the University of Arkansas commemorating the founding of Chi Omega, April 5. 1895 at Fayetteville. The Arkansas Chapters, Psi, the founding Chapter, Garrrma Zeta, University of Arkansas at Little Rock, Omicron Zeta, Arkansas State University, Jonesboro, and Miss Jane Cutting, Fort Smith, Tau Theta, William Woods, Fulton, Missouri, granddaughter of Mrs. Eutha McDonald, Psi chapter, honored Mrs. Bowker and Miss Christelle Ferguson at a luncheon. Miss Wedding Bonds Irritate Because they cover so much skin and reduce ventilation, the popular wide wedding bands sometimes cause skin irritation and swelling. Without removing the band soak the finger in a saucer ol good liunlity witch hazel. Le: the solution seep under the band. Witch haÂ»:nl is a pure herbal extract, harmless to the most sensitive skin. m Dedicated To onal President Ferguson, Psi Chapter, and 918 graduate of the Universit if Arkansas was the Editor o he Eleusis, national magazin or many years. T h e convention program neluded "Firesides", genera meetings, the convention ban quet with Judge Marie Ber illion Collins, alumnaa of M Chapter, University of Califo nia as the speaker on "How Chi Omega Values meet th Challenge of Today's World, the Night of Revelry and memorial service for Mrs Mary Love Collins, long-Urn president of Chi Omega. aisinct award, (Missouri, Kansas and Arkansas) of the Federation Music Clubs. Members of the orchestra are Richard Falkner, Julia Smiley, D a h l g r e n Patrick, Russell Williams .and Trina Pa'ge,. first violin; Roy J. Nastasi, Paul Claybaker, Elaine Coker and Claire Young, second violin; Anitra S. Williams and Alan Clack, viola; Paul F. -Duell, Mars' Anne Reilly and Christen R...Bashore, cello; . LeRoy Duell, bass; Miriam Duell and Paula Cummings, flute; Chantry Smith and Stan Rappaport, oboe; Charles Whisler and Robert R. Reilly, clarinet; William Ricker, bassoon; James M; Bryan and .Tana Janzen, French horn; Tom Pitts, trombone; Pamela Baker, timpani and percussion; Carol Quin, keyboard; and. Richard Falkner, state - manager and librarian. Nastasi and Falkner are members of" the' University Music faculty. Mrs. Heydon Lewis' is 'president of the North Arkansas Symphony'; Society board of directors, and persons interested' in -serving on the board for the 1974-75 season may contact her. uraiiiiniiiiiiiH^^ Daily Calendar of Events Friday ' ' ' , . _ ' Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut,, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters ti efecfronlca itec* 1M8 530 N. College 445-2223 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. 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