Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 7, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, July 7, 1974
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itiiM^ This'n Tkat About Town BY MARY ALICE PEARSON Mark this on your calendar as a special summer treat- Pops Concert by University-North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra at 8 p.m. next Thursday in the Arkansas Union Ballroom. Included oh the program will be Roy Nastasi and Anita Williams playing the "Concerto for Two Violas" by Telemann, with "a dance interpretation by Tom Leabhart and his mime company. Theodor Avitahl will conduct. Seventeen-year-old pianist, Becky Davis of Texarkana, will be featured in the first movement, "Allegro of the Mozart Piano Concerto No. 20 in D minor K. 466." She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Davis of Texarkana and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis of Prairie Grove. A summer choral concert will be presented Friday at 8 o'clock in the Fine Arts Concert Hall directed by Richard Brothers and will consist of one number the "Petite Messe Solennelle" by Rossini. MRS. RANDALL SCOTT GREESON ... was Miss Phyllis Kay Riggan before her June marriage in Hot Springs ' ' Miss Riggan Is Bride In June The Junior High Music Camp will begin on July 15 at the University with a concert on Friday, July 19, in the Concert Hall, and the Senior High Music Camp starts on July 22-with concerts on Saturday, July 27, and" Friday, August 2. Virginia and A. D. McAllister attended the 1974 Judicial Conference for Federal judges of the Eights District at Lake Okoboji, Kowa where the principal speaker was Harry Blackmon, associate justice of the U. S. Supreme Court. The Hon. Tom Olark, retired justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, was also there. The McAllisters report a fine conference and a good time. The Rev. James E. Hill Jr.' of Hot Springs and the Rev. Edward L. Salmon of Fayetteville officiated-at the June 21 marriage of Miss Phyllis Kay Riggan of Hot Springs and Randall Scott Greeson of Fayetteville. Parents of the couple are Mr.. and Mrs.'Doyle Rex Riggan of Hot Springs and Denwood Greeson of Hutchinson, Kan., formerly of Fayetteville, and the late Mrs. Greeson. Spiral candelabra with white tapers, a wedding arch and arrangements of rainbow- colored flowers adorned the altar of Central Baptist Church in Hot Springs where nuptial vows were exchanged ^in a double-ring candlelight "ceremony. Music was. provided by Mrs. James E. Hill Jr., organist, and . Mrs. David Verble, soloist. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a white silk organza gown fashioned with a scooped neckline, empire waistline and semi-fitted sleeves. Heavy Chantilly lace outlined the waistline, sleeves and hemline of the skirt. The - train, trimmed in triple rows of matching lace, was attached with a large bow. Her veil of illusion was secured by a bandeau of lace, and she wore a gold heirloom lavaliere whict had belonged to her greai grandmother. He bouquet was of miniature roses, daisies and baby's breath. Miss Judy Riggan, sister ol the bride, was inaid of honor Bridesmaids were Miss Paula Seay. Mrs. Dennis Greeson o S p - r i n g d a l e and Mns Mike Davenport, cousin of the bride. Junior bridesmaid was Miss Sandy Riggan, anothe sister of the bride. Gary Garland of Corning served as best man ant groomsmen were Dennis Gree son of Springdale, brother o the bridegroom, Buddy Patter son and Neil Carson, both o Payetteville. Ushers were Greg Garland of Corning and Miki Davenport. Immediately following th Golden Tan Achieved By Being Careful Take the sun in moderatio »nd let it work for you is tanning hint to protect the ski from the dangerous ultraviole rays of the sun and to insur a healthy tan. Sunbathers should not try t tan between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m since ultraviolet rays durin that time are at their peak an have more harmful power. By sunbathing only five to minutes the first few day! those seeking a tan can encoui ! age the skin to produce its ow melanin, according to experts The melanin is the protect!v . pigmentation of the skin whic promotes tanning. Persons who are taking med cation should consult their doc tors before frequently exposin the skin to the sun. For best tanning results, th beauty experts advise the us of a sun preparation tha affqrd the correct amount of su screening for the skin type. jhould be used liberally am always reappMed after swim ming. After sunbathing a produc designed to moisturize- sk which has been exposed to th- rays of the sun should be use so that dryness and peeling a: avoided. Tip For Baking Use a large bowl for tl mixing of a cake and keep tl tides scraped down. Aiwa; preheat the oven before yi begin to put th* cake together, remony, the couple was nored with a reception at the urch. Assisting were Mrs. izabeth Ross of Malvern, unt of the bride. Mrs. Mary atson of Shreveport, La., anther aunt, and Mrs. Marguere Murray of Malvern, a great unl of the bride. Mrs. Ha utterworth presided at the ide's book. Following a honeymoon trip, e couple will make their home Fayetteville where the bride employed as a secretary in e Animal Science'Department the University of Arkansas, le bridegroom is employed by illon's, Inc.; and will continue s studies at the University. Parties for the bride-to-be egan April 23 with a mis- :l]aneous shower given by TS. Raymond Huff and Mrs. ay Alford at the Huff home Fayetteville. On May 2, a f.e bag shower was given by iss Teressa Scammel and iss Diane Berry in Fayette- lle. Mr. and Mrs. Jack udrain and Mr. and Mrs. Bob oston honored the couple with buffet dinner and gadget lower at the Audrain home in ayetteville on May 4. A mis- ellaneous shower on May 27 as given by Mrs. Joe Story, '.is. Jack Davis, Mrs. Arvin lay and Mrs. Butterworth and nother miscellaneous shower us given by Miss Pauja Seay nd Patricia Davenport at the eay residence on June 11. Household Hint Fill an empty glue bottle with ater and use it to moisten .amps and seal envelopes. The ubher top on the glue bottle vill spread the water sparingly nd evenly on the stamp or nvelope. Serve With Fish A half cup of thinly sliced cucumber mixed with a cup of Tiedium white sauce is a good .ccompaniment for fish. two portraits of your child (frame not included) 5x7 color portrait plus a portrait etched on a silver-like metal charm only 88 with this ad 6 days only offer ends Sat., July 13 Wa take your child's portrait and etch it on a silver-like metal charm. No appointment necessary, Limit: one special offer per family. Second child photographed individually at 88#. Age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years. 880 charge for each additional person in groups. .^ Children's Photographer portraits tor pennie* todays that win be pricilMS tomorrow PORTRAITS · PASSPORTS « COPY 4 flESTOflATION Northwest Arkansas Plaza Hi way 71 South Fay*tt*vill«, Arkansas Ph. 442-8885 McCain Mall N. Liltl* Reck, Ark. Ph. (SOT) 7584102 Norlhweit Arkontai TIMIS, Sunday, July 7, 1974 · »· F«YETTIVIIH. A»KAH1*» . ~ . Flowers Are The Latest in Women's Fashion Flowers are blooming everywhere - even in women's hair. That's the last word in fashion accenls. As smart women know, fashion extras can lend a personal touch to the clot lies you wear. You want the "you" look, even when you are wearing a basic dress. An individual look may be achieved hy purchasing a pocketful of posies. Sr-lccL flowers of different sizes, shapes, colors and materials and wear them with everything from evening dresses to bathing suits. For the beach or patio wrap a ring of carnations avound y o u r toe. Create some blossoming cufflinks or a Ipng- slccved shirt or add a bow of [lowers to a dress sash. If you delight In evening fashions that reveal a bare shoulder, wear a corsage tliot is "pinned" right to vcur skin with hair-setting tape. ', Of course, when a really special event is on the agenda, ask your florist to deliver some of the real things. :; You may luck artificial, or real flower.' over one ear if you wear your hair in a loose-hanging style. A non-top-oHhe-head hairdo, especially one that features dainty curls, may b» sprinkled with tiny blossoms. Dorothy and Charles Clinehens were recent guests at Rosedown Plantation and Gardens in St. Francisville, La. Rosedown is a restored plantation empire in the Felicianas, the region made famous by the Artist-Naturalist John James Audubon, who painted more than 30 of his famous birdlife studies more than a century ago. Their visit coincided with the peak bloom of hydrangeas, gardenia shrubs and thousands of old-fashioned and modern roses. And speaking of gardens, ttia Indoor garden at City Library, the creation of Narhie Murphy and son, Blake, Is enjoyed by many library patrons as they come and go and is particularly beautiful right now. . Joan Wilkins, who has been director of volunteer-services at Washington Regional Medical Center, is leaving for Little Rock where she will fill a similar position. Joan will be mis- : sed by lots of people--we wish her well. Thelma Donelson and son, Sam, have returned from a trip in the West. . Major Guy Brown and his bride of Boston, Mass., are guests of his parents, Ethel and Guy Brown. Col. Frank Scott, who with wife, Margie, and their sons, is moving to Conway from Fort Benning, .Ga., was the guest last week of Ms mother, Lela Hodnett. Frank, who is Army Advisor with the National Guard, will live in Conway and commute to Little Rock where he will be stationed. Born June 22 to Shirley and Thomas King Butt a son, Andrew Martin Butt, who weighed 7% pounds. Very hoppy grandparents are Cecilia and Tom Butt and the James Rylands of Memphis. . · Tom and Shirley are living in Point Richmond, Calif., (San Francisco Bay area) where they are associates in a new firm, Interactive Resources. Ruth Shriton spent the day Tuesday in Rogers where she was a special guest at a coffee given in honor of her daughter, Rhea Wilson. Mrs. Oliver Adams was hostess to about .-150 guests.... ·'· - - Parents Without Partners is an international non-profit, non-sectarian, educational organization devoted to the welfare and interest of single parents and their -children and has chapters in every State of the Union, in Canada and in Australia. Its programs and activities are entirely the volunteer work of members. Fayetteville's chapter, organized a little more than a year ago, is an active one indeed with lots of things planned for July. On Wednesday, July 10, members will meet at the sign of Northwest Arkansas Plaza at 6:45 p.m. and go to dinner at Susie Wong's at 7 p.m. On Friday, July 12, at 7 p.m. Betty Harvey will be hostess for a family game night at the home of Mrs. C. C. Cole, and on Sunday, July 14, at 1:30 p.m., there will be a family outdoor games and sports event at Battlefield Park in Prairie Grove. The general monthly meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 18, at the Mcllroy Bank Hospitality Room; there will be a family outing and cookout at Lake Wedington at 1 o'clock on Saturday. July 2tt; an informal discussion at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 23; a Hobo Party for adults at the home of Mrs. Cole, 1712 S. Garland, on Friday, July 26, at 7 o'clock; dancing at the VFW Hall In Springdale on Saturday, July 27; and Family Church Night at 7 p.m. on Sunday, July 28, at Farmington Baptist Church. Prospective members are encouraged to attend any activity, and members invite all single parents to share the activities with them. Married Fifty Years Mr. and Mrs. Jess Lertford will observe their Golden Wert- ding anniversary from 2 (o 4 n.m. Sunday, July 14, at their home 411 Gunter Street. Alt friends and relatives arc invited to attend (he open house. The former Miss Lillian Laws(m and Jess Ledford were married on July 16, ISM at the home of (he bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lawson in Elklns. Their son, Tommy, five grandchildren and one great grandchild will he present for the observance. Household Hint If you bake early on summer days, you will want to cool the oven'quickly. To do this, place a pan of cold water in the oven. Fat Side Up When roasting meats, plac the fat side up so that the fat as it melts, will automatical!; baste the roast. ACADEMY of BEAUTY CULTURE A career in 9 months??? We can offer you the utmost in skilled instructors and modern facilities. 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