Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 4, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Sunday, August 4, 1974
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w^ or MEN ·-, 2B · Sunday, Augurt 4, 1974 ; 'niiiiiiiii«tM^^ ;This 'n That About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON Special days for Senior Citizens are scheduled at Sliver Dollar City, located In southern Missouri near Branson, and now is the time to make your plans to go. Both the quiet fall beauty of the Ozark Mountains and the constant activity of a restored 1880 mining town will be part of the attractions enjoyed during "Older Americans' Days," Oct. 16 through 27. This period is at the height of the "Flaming Fall Revue" when Ihe entire mountain .area Is colored by the reds and golds of changing leaves. , · ' ' During "Older Americans' Days," any person ^presenting either a Medicare card or a membership card in 2 retired persons' organization will be admitted for a reduced p r i c e , less than half the regular admission. This ''Mini-Passport" covers gate admission, all craft shows, historical sites and the choice of any four special attractions. Fire in the Hole, the Flooded Mine, Ozark Float Trip. Steam Train, Treetop House or Grandfather's Mansion. The ticket will be good for any two consecutive days during this special period.' Information on accommodations, group arrangements, the Ozark area or, the City itself can be obtained by writing to Steve Hutchinson, Silver Do/liar City, Mo. 65616. Today and tomorrow amateur and professional artists are exhibiting paintings and drawings at the Northwest Arkansas Fine Arts Gallery Show and Sale at Fellowship Hall of the First United Presbyterian Church. Opening this afternoon at 3 o'clock, it will continue until 7 o'clock. Tomorrow's hours are 1:30 p.m. until 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. Tickets are available at the door, and proceeds will go to the Cerebral Palsey School building fund. Mary Margaret Morton and Gladys Ball, along with'lots of others, have worked hard to make this show a success. David Gearhart, a nice addition to the TIMES summer staff, who graduated from Westminster College in Fulton, Mo., in the spring, and who will enter the University of Arkansas School of Law in the fall, will leave tomorrow to join a friend from Enid, Okla., at his summer cottage in Colora,do. He expects to be away a week. Karen and Dr. Dave Edmiston of Washington, D.C., will arrive for a visit with his parents, Helen and Jack Edmiston, ;In time for the Aug. 10 wedding of his sister, Joan Edmiston, and Jeremy Hess. Dave is at .George Washington University. Hospital in Washington. Helen and Forrest Palmer have returned from the Lake of the Ozarks where they attended a reunion of the Long · family (hers) where 30 members of the family gathered. Mrs. C. A. Long of Hannibal. Mo,, 87 years old, Helen's moth- ' er, was there as were all of her grandchildren, six of them, and her ten great grandchildren. In the group of grandchildren was Pam Palmer Taylor of Springdale with her hus- ·bnnd, Mike, and their children, Kimberly and Jason Taylor, Mrs. Long's great grandchildren. " The event is a yearly affair and plans are underway now "tor next year s reunion. Mary John Jones, accompanied by her sister, Martha Audrain, and daughter, Carolyn, drove Becky and Gregory Jones to Camp Cormorant, Concordia College Spanish Language Camp in Moorhead, Minn., and after leaving them there, -went to the Black :Hills, Mt. Rushmore, Deadwood and the "Badlands in the Dakotas before coming home. Becky a n d Gregory will return by plane. 'Annette Schiffer joined the 2,500 delegates from all over the world at the Fifth International La Leche League convention at the Palmer House in Chicago last week where they heard.Susan St. James, actress, speak along with doctors, psychologists, anthropologists and mothers who shared their knowledge and experience at the sessions which spanned the three-day convention. Convention theme was "Human Milk A Natural World Resource, A Gift Of Love." Despite difficulties getting "off the ground" in L i t t l e Rock, 205 members of the Arkansas Alumni Association had a delightful time on their trip called Swiss-Bavarian Carnival. Due to the fact they missed connections in New York witli Swissair, they enjoyed a boat,trip "around Manhattan Island on the Hudson River. Departure from New York was on a 747 via Swissair on Saturday evening: Sunday, Monday and .Tuesday -were spent in Geneva, Switzerland at the Intercontinental Hotel. Side trips were taken to Gruyere with a look at the cheese factory making the cheese by the same name as the quaint village. Another trip was to Chamonix, France, 'stopping for a look at the medieval Castle of Chillon. After lunch, many took the world's highest cable car up 12,600 feet to Aigille due Midi, and the alp, Mont Blanc. Those who were "chicken" took the cog-railway to visit the ice fields. Also offered were night club tours and tours around Lake Geneva. On Wednesday morning the group left Geneva via a chartered train to Munich where they stayed at the Munich Sheraton. The scenic route was magnificent they report. Time ' spent in Munich was absorbed by side trips to Salzburg, Austria and Berchtesgaden, Germany where Hitler's famous Eagle's Nest was viewed. Some took the Castle Tour and saw the castle made famous (and copied) by Disneyland. .-- In Austria they visited a bakery, still in operation, that. ' dated back before Columbus discovered America. Many miles.were covered, and lots of time spent in planes. On arrival in Little Rock, all felt they deserved the -title of "Flying-Razorbacks." Those from Fayetteville making the trip were Ruth Alexander, the Joe Cogdells, Mim and George Cole, Marilyn and At Eason and their son, Steve. Ann and Dr. Morriss Henry .with children. Kathy and Paul, Katherine and John Kane, ,-Orena and Duane Nelson with son, David, Jean and David · Handle, the John Rossos, Katie and Bob Stout, Peggy a n d Jim Walker and the Eric Weilands. From Springdale were ·· Gretchen and Joe Steele. Arthur T. Johnson, the Loyd Phil".lips, and Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Dorman. Among those from , ,over the state going were Leah and Jean Trahin of Stuttgart, '/.former Fayetteville residents. *'" Audrey and Martin Johnson have returned from a three- ~'"wcek trip to the Northwest. Leaving here they first drove to Albuquerque, N.M., and spent a couple of days, then on 1o Spokane, Wash., where they visited her daughter, took in Expo and other exciting things. On the way home they visited Glacier National Park, Yellowstone, Royal Gorge and Idaho Falls. Terry and Carl Ramey spent their vacation last week in Dallas with their son and his family. Maxine and Cecil Bradley returned Thursday night from a visit with their son, Maj. Wade E. Hahn, his wife and their three children. Maj. Hahn is a physical education instructor at West Point. They visited New York City and the Connecticut area and went deep sea fishing off the L o n g Island Sound. Nancy Allen of Miami, Fla., left Friday for home after a week's visit here with her parents, Sax and Earl Allen. When Nancy left for Miami, Sax and Earl left for Missouri to attend a reunion of his family and got home last night. i Orville Hall Jr., left today for his home in Wichita, Kan., ' after a visit here with his mother, Janie Hall. His wife, Sus- I an, and their daughters, Dede and Alice, are staying for a ; longer visit with Janie and with her parents, Bess and Dr. ; Harold Dulan. ''·?- Congratulations go to Feriba McNair and Settle Thomas ! who won the championship flight in the Four-Ball Handicap ^Tournament at Fayetteville Country Club, defeating Betty ^Boston and Ellen Smith. Winners in the first flight were ; Madelyn Rose and Rcvecca Hudson, who defeated Helen · Virginia Young and Sara Reynolds. ! Missy Carney, member of the Christian Science Organiza- .-J.tlon at the University of Arkansas and of the local Christian '.; Science Church, with some 7,000 young people, attended an '^International Youth Meeting in Boston last week. Sessions ;«yycre held at The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, ; --Mass. Together with young members from other lands, they Explored the theme of the conference, "Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?" Questions of special interest to young people were discussed in depth. Miss Mary Elizabeth Barham Weds Miss Mary Elizabeth Barham, daughter or Mr. and Mrs. James 'Edward Barham of'Fay- ctteville, became the bride of Henri Jean-Luc Maubert, son ot DCS. Luclerine and Pierre Maubert, Tourct de Vallier, Marti- gucs, France, Saturday, Aug. 3, at 6 o'clock In the'evening at P u l a s k i Heights Methodist Church In Little Rock. Dr. James B. Argue performed the double ring candlelight ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a candlelight organza gown- styled In a Victorian silhouette. It'featured Jllle Keck was maid of honor and wore a pastel green dress. She carried white roses, baby's breath and lavender in a bouquet. James Edward Barham, III, brother of the bride, was best man, and ushers were Mike Hadley of Nashville and Then Dlllaha of a high bishop formed neckline and modified sleeves. Clui . the bib bodice and detailed the neckline and cuffs. Lace reappeared in vertical band,s on the skirt and chapel- mantilla ol a Camelot length train. Her illusion fell from headpiece bordered and embellished with florets of Venise lace. She carried a bouquet ol white roses, baby's breath and Leslie Savage of lavender. Miss Alice .ittle Rock. A reception followed in the Loggia Room of the Sam Peck Hotel, Serving were Misses Leigh Ann and Sarah Barham, sisters of the bride, Miss Lesa Lackey, her cousin, of Mountain View, and Sheila Miller Barham, her sister-in-law. The bride has spent two years at Vanderbilt University, her freshman year at Nashville Tenn., and her sophomore year in an exchange program at Aix en-Province France. The couple will return to Paris, France, where the bridegroom will com plete his education as an engi neer and the bride will be enrolled as a half-time studen in French, completing a major The couple hopes to return to . 'MRS. HENRI JEANrLUC MAUBERT J . " . ... until her marriage Saturday evening in Little Rock was Miss Mary, Elizabeth Barham of Fayetteville Lo'Dines Oak Plaza Shopping Center FayetteVHIe - P h o n e 521-5030 FORMALS PANTSUITS SALE AUG. 5 thru AUG. 10 BRIDAL GOWNS LINGERIE Only Complete Bridal Service in Area Approximately 30 Famous Brands to Select From Open 9:30-5:00 -- Monday fhru Saturday Evenings By Appointment ashvilie next summer where ic will complete her double lajor In French and' English , Vanderbilt. The bridegroom as. had three years of.cngincer training at Aix-en-Provenc« and will complete his final year of training with an in-depth energy project to be carried out in Paris, France. __,, ntllilllllllllni! Daily Calendar of Events Today' Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. ^ Council on Aging Open House, Hillcrest Towers, 2 p.m. to I Fine Arts Gallery Show and Sale, First United Presbyterian U Fre'e Art Lecture by Dr. Tom Turpin, First United Presbyter- an Church, 4 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2- Way Radio Tour 2-wiJ rid!* headtpiariers f* Medroole* i!ne» IKi 530 N. Colleg« . 443-2222 For Your Prescription Ntcds SM Ui QUAKER DRUG « E . Center-44MMI City Parkins Lot ID Rear Monday Recycling Center, West Sireet, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Statibn for Newspapers, Behind Eutterheld Trail School, All Day. Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers; Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling,. Ozark Lanes, 10'a.m. Basic Beef Production Class, Agriculture Building, Fayette- vlllo High School, 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Fine Arts Gallery Show and Sale, First United Presbyterian Church, 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Free Art Lectures by Dr. Tom Turpin, First United Presbyterian Church, 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge 291, Farrhington Masonic Hall, 7:03 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7'30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. custom decorating Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. John Harrison of Fayetteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judy Kay, to Richard L. Hoyt, Jr., son of Mr. a n d Mrs. Richard L. Hoyl of Fay- etleville. The bride-elect is a 1973 graduate of Fayetteville High School and Is presently employed. Her fiance Is a 1972 graduate of Fayetfeville High School, and is employed at Fisher Bulck, Inc. T h e wedding will be an event of Aug. 23 at First Assembly of God C h u r c h In Fayetteville. Friends and relatives of (he conple are Invited to attend the wedding. 1111 *Bridal Gowns *Bride's Maids Mother of the Bride's Dresses ^Invitations Wedding Accessories ·Wedding Photography 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 Northwest Arkansas' Most Complete Bridal Shop 1 Downtown Springdale Across from the 1st National Bank 1 T h TOT E. Emma 751-6772 ^^~V^^ shop "the nicest shop in town" JTJISTECXR, HOtJSBJ An easy rule for playing the Fall 74 Fashion game:, Mix and Match JUNIOR HOUSE Skirts, pants, jackets, shirts, and sweater sets. You'll win 1st Place In tha best dressed line upl mill · Save 20% on all custom draperies, labor included Exciting new samples for your window treatments. Whether your decorating taste runs to contemporary chic or classic charm, Penoeys professional decorators can design a window treatment to do any room selling proud. Youll have our entire line of custom drapery fabrics to choose from: bright solids to color-mixed patterns; rich damasks to light-filtering open .weaves. You can examine samples and illustrations take- advantage of your decorator's expertise right down to the smallest decorating detail. Our advice te always free, · Shop 9-9 Mon., Thurs., Fri. Tues., Wed., Sot., 9:5:30

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