Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 21, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, July 21, 1974
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This 'n That About Town Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Edmiston announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jo Anna, to David Kizzia Crabtree, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kizzia Crablrce of Norlh Htlle Rock. Miss Edmiston is the granddaughter of Mr. and'Mrs. Josepli Milton McAlister of Gravetle and the late Mr. and Mrs. C. Clyde Edmiston. She has completed sophomore requirements in accounting at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville and will attend the University of Arkansas in Little Rock next spring. Her fiance is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dennis Beard of North Little Rock and John Franklin Crahlree a n d t h e lale Mrs. Crahtrce of Brad- Icy. In May, he received with honors a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the University where lie was a member of Pi Tim Sigma and Tnu Beta PL honor socie- itics. He is employed as an engineer by Arkansas Power and Light Company in North Little Hock. A wedding is planned for Sept. 21 in. the Decalnr United Methodist Church. To Marry In August Mr. anil Mrs. Ray Slonesifcr of West Fork announce t h e engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Donna, to Gilbert Bloyed, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bloyed of Fayelleville. Miss Sloncsi- fer attended Arkansas Polytechnic College in Riissellville and Hillcrcsf Medical Center in Tulsii. She is now employed by Washington Regional Medical Center ns Medical Record Administrator. Her fiance is employed at Northwest Electric, Inc. An Aug. 30 wedding is pliiimed by the couple. Plans December Wedding By MARY ALICE PEARSON For those of you who arc not planning lengthy vacations this season, and who more or less expect to be staying close to home during the summer months, one way to make your summer more enjoyable is to entertain your friends at small dinner party get-togethers. If you have a backyard, patio, or small terrace, all the better. The taste of food always seems to be enhanced by dining al fresco. Your parties can be spaced out, guests can be rotated, and food can be simple, good, and not costly. For instance, hot dogs and hamburgers served with salads and plenty of cold drinks may not be gourmet fare, but with interesting company can make a perfectly delightful dinner on a summer's evening. For outdoor dining there are an endless number of plastic servers, dishes, utensils and tumblers that are both decorative anil functional for parties with no chance of breakage. All are a great boon to the homemaker. There are a number of food servers varying jp size from one large compartment to four small compartments that have a cover and base of decorative clear plastic and are temperature controlled by adding hot water or ice. There are salad bowls made of plastic, plastic baskets for rolls or bread, and a wide variety of plastic tumblers and glasses, snack trays, and plastic cutlery. Colorful plastic cloths, so easy to care for, come in a variety of prints, are washable and can be used again. They have a great party look. There's something for everyone and your budget won't . suffer. Melissa Williams, 12-year-old granddaughter of Marvine and Webb Williams, will come in Wednesday from her home in Denver, Colo., for a two-week visit here with her grandparents and with friends. Sister Norbert, wlio has been with St. Thomas Aquinas Parish for the last seven year, and who is leaving at the end of this month for St. Michael's .High School in St. Mi- V « s A,u "' w . ! " to honored tonight with a 5 o'clock Mass followin th" 33 qumas Cnurch and with a parish reception Nortbuwut ArfcaitHas JMtfa or Wi -/ OMEN Sun., July 21, 197* iniiiiiiiniiiiinn in mi in i«» Extension Homemakers Discuss Freezing Fruits And Vegetables Attention all members of Fayetteville High School Class of 1864! A meeting to plan a class reunion has been called SuJjy! 1 ' ^,°" d f y ' July 29 ' in tite Hospitality R o o m at 5WEPCO. All interested persons are asked to attend and help with the plans for the tenth reunion of the class. Guests of Pauline and Henry Shreve last week were their daughter and son-in-law, Barbara and Lionel Skaggs of Birmingham, Ala p with their children, Todd and Derek. Lionel is personnel Director of the University of Alabama Medical rnnnlo J^n « ue . s . ls _ were Another daughter and son-in-law, Conme and Bennett Cone of Mena with their daughters, Mis- Aueust C wh dace : The . c ones will be moving to vSri Buren fn ScS. C ° ach at the Van Buren Those who have not WHITE ROCK · There were 11 members and 'ive guests in attendance when .he club convened for the July meeting with Mrs. Ken Laney as hostess: Mrs. Joe Anderson conducted the meeting and members discussed the club's fair booth and scholarship bazaar and workshop dates. The yearbook for the coming year was displayed and- a pot luck luncheon was served at noon. The next meeting will be held Aug. 13 at the club house. Mrs. Ken Laney SALEM Nine members and fiv« guests heard a discussion .on freezing vegetables and fruits at the July meeting held at lha community building. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Callie Brundrick in the absence of Mrs. Lee McGinn is, p r e s i d e n t . Hostesses were named and program books completed for the coming year. The next meeting will be held Aug. 21, at 10 a.m. at the community building. Mrs. Bill Minler Miss Nettles Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nettles of Little Rock, formerly of Fay- ettevllle, announce tlie engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy Ann, to C h a s e Savage Reid. He Is the son of Mrs. Hoyt M. Doblis of H o t Springs and the late Frederic S. Reid of Springfield, III. Miss Nettles Is a graduate of the University Of Arkansas and Is employed by the fit- laski County Schools. Her fiance, also a graduate of the University, is employed by McClelland's Consulting Engineers in Fayctteville. A fall . wedding is planned. esponded to the membership drive Judith Trice is president. Siloam Springs Golf Club Scene Of Golf Association Tournament SILOAM SPRINGS -- Jane Ensley of Springdale won the 18 hole Northwest Akransas W o m e n ' s Golf Association (NWAWGA) tournament held at Siloam Springs Thursday with a Golf score Club of 89. Coming in second was Carole Lynn Gibson of Springdale with " * ·-···--- prize went Lucy McNair " " of and Gail Davis, president and .... State Girls Golf Associ, lort EViVio,; t-1- Si T% , , ' 3l " Le Muis i_roir Association, SnlS^SS,?^^-- "- · «§£·££ 2^%''4 » mSS rSfiS' .^i"? l °5 a y !° ^on han d tomorrow'are Helen Hud- writfcn a guide for setting up a G i r l s State Tournament R-fv Tvf t e "» ai ?P? inted tne ne w state chairman by Mrs. Ray Ivey, state. Arkansas Woman's Golf Association president, and will assume her duties while in El Dorado. Final rounds will be played Wednesday. On the social schedule is a swimming party and supper at the Holiday Inn, a Country Club dinner and an Awards Luncheon at the Club. Low putting Mae Warden of Prairie Rovinson, Johnny Tatman and Joahnie Harris. Sandwiches and' drinks were served at the end of nine holes and when the 18 holes were completed, fruit punch and cookies were served. Winners received a merchan dise certificate for first place honor; second place winners re Recent'guests of Dorothy'and Ed Metcalfe were their niece, Barbara Melcalfc, and her friend, Flore Mendoza of the Philippine Islands, who were en route to California for a vacation. Both are guidance counselors at the University of Michigan. Golf Tournament Continues At Club Creek, who had 30 putts. In the first flight. L o n e l y Brown of Fort Smith won v/ith an 89; Billie Robinson, Prairie Creek, was second with a 92. Lonely Brown also claimed the low putting prize, having only 25 putts on the 18 holes. In flight two, Lillian Wilcox of Dawn Hill won with a 93; Johnny Tatman, Siloam Springs was second with a 95; and the prize for . low putts went to Strick Soulhall of Prairie Creek. Flight three winner was Evelyn Johnston of Fianna HHls with a score of 103; runnerup was Jerry Sessler, Dawn Hill, with 110, and low putting prize was won by Bonnetta Brown, Siloam Springs. Carol Lynn Williams won a golf ball for the longest drive the championship flight; a r t y McQuain, first flight winner; Fern Hobbs, second flight winner; and Evelyn Johnston, in third flight. Prizes for being closest to the pin on No. 7 were Marion Warner, Billie ceived certificates, pu ,nd for low ACADEMY of BEAUTY CULTURE A career in 9 months??? We can offer you the utmost in skilled instructors and modern facilities. Bring this advertisement and learn of our special JULY and AUGUST enrolment fees. 109 W. Emma Ave. Springdale, Ark. Phone 756-6060 In the continuing Women's Handicap Four-Ball Golf Tournament at Fayelteville, County Club is the championship flight, Bettie Thomas and Feriba McNair defeated Laney Higgins and Frances , Butt and Betty Boston and Ellen Smith defeated Betty Lewis and Gvven Elwell. In the consolation championship flight. Nancy Huppert and Phyllis Gilbert defeated Mary Schelegel and Dorian Tuck. In the first flight, Sara Reynolds and Helen Virginia Young defeated Joyce Claybrook and Dorothy Dolson and Madeline Rose and Rebecca Hudson defeated Frances Bronson and Gloria Sanders. In the consolation flight, Louise Wester and Olive Eckman defeated Mo Jackson and Milly Bryan. Next Wednesday's play will end the tournament. *Bridal Gowns "Bride's Maids Mother of the Bride's Dresses * Invitations Wedding Accessories *Wedding Photography Household H i n t The best way to keep sieves fresh, clean and odorless is to wash them in soda water in stead of soapy water. If sieves are washed in soapy water soap particles may cling to them, giving a soapy flavor to foods that are put through them. Mr. and Mrs. William L e e Burroughs Jr., of Pine Bluff announce the engagement of Ihelr daughter, Gale Lynnc, to Stephen Carroll Holtzclaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Hollzclaw, also of Pine Bluff. The bride-elect is a graduate of Pine Bluff High School and is a junior al the University of Arkansas in Faycltcvillc where she is majoring in F.lo- menfary Education and Secondary Physical Education. She is on Ihc University's tennis team. The prospective bridegroom, a gradaute of Pine Bluff High School, attended Henderson Slate College in Arkndclphia and is presently a senior majoring in Personnel Management a n d Financing al the Uiverslty. T h e wedding Is nlanned for 11 a.m. Dec. 28 in the iFrst United Melhodist Church in Pine B l u f f , Handy Help Iron on patches may be uscc Lo reinforce the feet in a todd ler's pajamas. Simply cut the patches to fit the- plastic foo bottoms. Press them or bast them in place. KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and All Special Occasion*. To Order Prior.* 839-2243 (Clocod Tuesdays) Hwy 71, Weit Fork BUY YOUR BRIDAL GOWN HERE AND WE WILL GIVE YOU TWO 8 x 1 0 PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOU IN YOUR NEW GOWN AT NO CHARGE The Bride's World i Northwest Arkansas' Most Complete Bridal Shop | Downtown Spriogdale Across from the 1st National Bank j| 101 E. Emma 751-6772 loiufMiounlnj "the nicest shop in town" FcrFaJi "nsturallu" ife olass ^ -brou3ri_ russei. done/ in scoeate Sh'irfs. try V-neck cardigan is acrylic knit. Cinch waist. Various fashion solids, 34-42. $11 Status collar shirt with long sleeve. Arnel® jersey or ArneWnylon jersey in assorted prints, 7-15. *Q Twill look slack of tex- turized polyester in patterns and solids for juniors. *14 Your fall fashion phange-over takes a separate approach. V-neck cardigan of acrylic knit. 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