Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 23, 1974 · Page 3
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July 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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ffliiiiiiiiiiniiisiiiiiiiiiiitroinm Kfrlljvfit Arkatim Umij Tuesday, July 23, 1974 ft 3 111! Party Tells Betrotha To announce, the engagemcnl of Miss Nancy Ann Nettles and Chase Savage Reid, Mrs. Edward L. Salmon entertains with a coffee Saturday morning at her home. - A prolusion of garden flowers were user in the living and dining rooms. T h e refreshment table covered with an antique lac cloth, was centered with a sil ver basket holding dahlias ant magnolia leaves. Presiding a the coffee service was Mrs Carolyn Layman the first hou and Mrs. J. E. McClelland th second hour. Serving p u n c were Mrs. Mike Abbiatti an Mrs. Richard Brown. Seventy-five guests cane between the hours of 10 a.m and 12 noon. Mrs. Fred Nettle oC Little Rock, the honoree mother, was a special guest. (TrMESphoto by Ray Gray) PAHTY ANNOUNCES ENGAGEMENT .. .Miss Nettles, Mrs. Nellies, and Mrs. Salmon, left-right, at the Saturday morning parly that announced Miss Nettle's engagement Miss Wright To Marry In August The engagement of Miss Gail Katherine Wright to Richard Dean ' McWhorter has 'seen announced by her mother, Mrs. Carol Carter Wright of Fayelte- ville. Miss Wright a graduate of F a y e t t e v i l l e High School, received an associate degree from the University · of Arkansas in May. The prospective bridegroom, son of ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles McWhorter of Fayetteville, also graduated from Fayeteville H i g h . School, and is a senior at the Univer- sity.of Arkansas. The wedding will be an event of .Aug. 29 at the Center Street Church of Christ. Enjoy Cool Apple Drink Did you know that Sept. 26 will be Johnny Appleseed's 200th birthday anniversary? If you are an apple-lover, you may be hearing and reading a great deal about this extraordinary man in the next two months. While you curl up on the sofa with an interesting story about Johnny Appleseed, whose real name was Jonathan Chapman, enjoy a tasty apple drink made with apple juice and ginger ale. The refreshing drink may be topped with your favorite flavor of sherbet and garnished with sprigs of fresh mint. Incidentally, Johnny Apple seed was not just a legend. The man-was as real as this recipe for Frosted Apple Ginger Cooler. Loosen Garlic Clove Rinse a garlic clove in hot vater before you peel it. The jot water usually loosens the light s k i n so it can easily be removed. Insurance Women Will Organize And Invite Members To Join The newly organized North i w e s I Arkansas Insurance Women will have a meeting al 7:30 p.m., Aug. 5, at Ihe Hospitality Room of the First National Bank in Springdale. The non-profit organization, composed of area women ngugeil in Hie insurance business, is affiliated \yith the National Association of Insurance Women (International), and offers as its purpose the romolion of fellowship among ts members through coordinated educational programs. One such program is the IIA course of property insurance to be offered locally this tall, details of which will be dis cussed at the August meeting along with state convention plans and the qualification, necessary for achieving Certi led Professional Insurance Voman credentials. Officers of the new group ara 3 cggy Fitzgerald of Rogere, iresklent; Elizabeth Weathers if Fayetleville, vice president;' and Linda Gracy of Rogers, secretary-treasurer. Other members are Arlona Cripps of Decatur, Neoyla rjenry of Bentonville, Sue Aid- ridge, Pat Franke, Diane Huspeth. Daisy Lou Coffield and Barbara Lane, Fayetleville. Bonnie Burnett, Charlie Phillippy Billie Hickman, Geneva Elliott and Betty Dykes of Rogers, Marilyn Farris, Edith. Whitridge and LaDonna Barren, Springdale. Women in insurance are invited to attend and becoma members. . Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Planning Commission, Cily Hall, 4 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Coff Building, 7 p.m. Boy'Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Chruch, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. DAY and Auxiliary, American Legion Hut, Springdale, 7:30 o.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Bride In June APPLE-GINGER COOLER Apple juice Ginger ale Sherbet, lemon, orange, lime or raspberry flavors Sprigs of fresh mint for garnish Combine equal amounts of chilled apple juice and chilled ginger ale. Pour into tall glasses. Top each with a generous scoop of sherbet (lemon, orange, lime or raspberry). Garnish with sprigs of fresh mint. Mrs. Kenneth E. Jones was Miss Carolyn St. Clair, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. St. Clair of Mesqiiitc, Tex., before her marriage on June 30 at Bethel Temple In Dallas, Tex. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. C, E. Jones of Commerce, Tex,, former residents of Fayetfc- ville. Following a wedding trip to Hot Springs and Eureka Spring , the couple is at home In Irving, Tex. Tlie bride is a graduate of Mesquite High School and t h e bridegroom is a graduate of Fayetfeville High .School and attended the University of Arkansas where l\e was a member of Sigma Pi Epsilon fraternity. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radfc- headquarters tf rieclrontcB »[noa 1W9 S3) N. Cdllese 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 442-4248 City Parking Lot In Re»r 'EXCLUSIVE! Luncheon Honors Miss Gardner Mrs. David McNair entertained with a luncheon last Friday honoring Miss Cindy Gardner, bride-elect of Andy Lewis, at 1 o'clock at her home, 1025 Crest Drive. Tables where guests were seated held arrangements of mixed spring flowers. Guests were Mrs. Ronald Gardner, mother of the honoree, Mrs. Herb L e w i s Jr. m o t h e r of the pros. peclive b r i d e g r o o m , Mrs. Ross Vivona, t h e bride- elect's sister. Mrs. T h o m a s McNair, Mrs. Ronnie Bumpass and Mis Becky Lewis, sisters of the prospective bridegroom, Mrs. G. C. Thomas, Miss Anne Thomas, Mrs. Wilson Matthews, Mrs. Allan Gilbert and Mrs. Fred Hawn. Miss Gardner received a hostess gift of crystal and silver salt and pepper shakers. American Red Cross Disaster Committee Holds Area Meeting Washington County Disaster Committee members of the American Red Cross held a regional meeting last week at the chapter office. Seventeen persons w e r e present including Frank Brown, co-chairman, Mrs. Helen Bo- qtiet, mass feeding; Mrs. Helen Kirby, immediate assistance; Mrs. Cora Cawthon, shelter, Otis Harris, survey; and Mrs. Nancy Latham representative for Benlon County. Mel Campbell field representative from the Little Rock office, and Mrs. Jan Shepherd, disaster representative for the Southeastern area with headquarters in Atlanta, Ga., were present. A discussion of how well survey teams performed in the Siloam Springs disaster recently was held with a question and answer period following. niiniiiiiiiiniiiiimiiiiiBiiiiiinraiiiraiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiai Announcements ··iiHiiiffli^^ The Dockery Family Reunion will be held beginning at I p.m. Saturday at Agri Park. All descendants of James and Mary Dockery are invited to attend. A basket dinner will be served at 6 p.m. has the only relripator-teep with the FREEZER ON THE BOTTOM! The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week! 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