Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 5, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 5, 1974
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esime Fair Cloth- In Planning Stage The 22nd annual Clothesline Fair, now in its planning stage, will again be hel'l the same time and in the same place. This year's Labor Day weekend, Aug. 31 and Sept. 1 and , ug. 2 will find Battlefield Park in Prairie Grove filled with art and craft exhibits. The handwork of more than 100 artists and craftsmen from several states will be on exhibit or the three days of this event, which attracted at least 40,000 visitors last year. The oldest craft fair in the area, is also .he most colorful and gayest of Ozark events. Exhibits, arranged outdoors under the tall trees, and also in a large tent, are situated so that visitors can stroll through to browse and buy. There will be woodworkers, p o t t e r s , doll makers, weavers, 'metal workers, china painters, and arts of all kinds. Exhibits open on Saturday morning at 9 o'clock and continue until late Monday after noon. Persons wishing to exhibit who have not yet received an entry blank and exhibit rules may do so by writing to Mrs Nick Matthews, P.O. Box 221 Prairie Grove, or by calling her at 846-3499. Refreshments will be available at all times, there will be entertainment in the afternoon and square dancing at night. Admission to the park is free, there is ample parking, and cars will, be directed to the parking area. ' . : Sponsors of the 22nd annual fair is the Council of Ozark Artists and Craftsmen, division of the Arts Center of the Ozarks and Prairie Grove Lions Club. Miss Stroud's Engagement Told The engagement of Hiss Mary Lynne Slroud, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Oxford S. Stroud of Auburn, Ala., and Marc Foster McPheetcrs, son ot Dean and Mrs. Keith McPheeters. also of Auburn, is announced by her parents. The McPheeters family formerly lived in clteville. The bride-elect is a graduate of Auburn High School, and the Dockery Family Has Reunion prospective ligh S bridilegroom is student at Auburn University and is employed by Diversified Products Corp. of Ophelia, Ala. The wedding is planned for 2 p.m., Friday, Aug. 30, at St Dunston's Episcopal Chapel m Auburn where the couple wil make their home. MRS. DENNIS EUGENE PERRY ... ivas Miss Barbara June Carter before her marriage on Saturday, July 27, at Trinity Methodist Church Miss Carter Bride In Evening Rites . Miss Barbara June Carter, daughter of Col. (USAF Ret.) Duffey A. Carter and Mrs. Carter of Fayetteville, became the bride of Dennis Eugene Perry of Dallas, Tex., a former resident of Little Rock, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Warren Perry of Pittsburg, Pa., former residents of Benton, in a ,7 : 'o'clock evening ceremony Saturday, July 27 at Trinity Methodist Church. The Rev. Lawrence Dodgen performed the double ring rites and Mrs. Howard Edwards of Searcy, organist, presented a · program of nuptial music. ' O n the altar were placed large arrangements of chrysanthemums, daisies and baby's breath with candles. Family pews were marked with yellow chrysanthemums, greenery anc satin bows. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a long gown of white polyester crepe fashioned with an Empire waistline, square neckline and full skirt. She wore a white lace picture hat covered with sill organza daisies and daisic were placed at the cud of tin long streamers in the hack. Shi carried an ivory Bible whic! her grandfather gave to he topped with a bouquet of daisie and yellow roses. Mrs. Loyce Ann Fin ley North Little Rock was malro of honor and Miss Carolin Pabor of Dallas was brides maid. They wore yellow, an while checked polyester crcp dresses in Empire style wit large white collars. The flowers were white daisie yellow roses and baby's breal which they carried in whi baskets. The tower girl, Alliso Dillard of Bartlesville, Okla wore a green and white checke long dress with a while orgam apron. She carried a white ba ket filled with daisies and rose Kevin Perry of Pittsburg served his brother as best ma Donald Wayne Dillard of Ba tlesville was groomsman, an ushers were David Nelson tile Rock and Phillip Malcolm Hot Springs. Mrs. Carter chose a beige lyester long dress prinlet ith pink and orchid flowers nd Mrs. Perry w o r e a white Heart Workshop Will-Be Held- Emergency medical personnel from a twelve county area ^including Washington, Benton and Madison Counties) are expected in Mountain Home Aug. [3, for a one-day workshop on leart attacks. Mrs. Nell Balkman, director of continuing education for the Arkansas League for Nursing, said that anyone working in emergency medical care is invited to the free workshop which begins at 8:30 a.m. at Baxter General Hospital .Mrs. Fritzie Means, a registered nurse and chief consultant for Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Fine Arts Gallery Show and Sale, First United Presbyterian Church, 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m., and 7 p.m. to 1C 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, Farminglon Masonic Hall, 7:03 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7 : 30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. olyester dress in a f l o r a int. A reception followed at the jme of the bride's parents, ssisting were Mrs. Daphne orman, Mrs. Donald Diljard the league, conduct the SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters !· Gifictronles ilnm IKi 530 N. College 413-3222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG tt E. Center -- 44Z42M City Parking Lot IB Rew id Mrs. George Marlow. Following the reception, the ouple left for their home in d are planning a later up!e lei alias an jp to New Zealand and Ausalia. Out-of-town guests were Mr. nd Mrs. George Marlow of ort Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Dean radford of Benlon, Bob Davidon and Susan Taylor of Fort milh, David Whitley of Dallas nd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nor- .an of West Fork. course. The workshop, sponsored- by the · Arkansas League for Nursing and funded by grants through the Arkansas Regional Medical Program, is designed to provide a basic educational program on the care of heart attack victims by emergency department personnel. The program will deal with he basic anatomy, the mechanical and electrical action of the heart, related diagnostic studies, pharmacology, psychological aspects, and action jriorities in the emergency care of heart attack victims. Tuesday Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9:30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Buidling, 9:30 a.m. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Basic Beef Production Class, Agriculture Building, Fayetteville High School, 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Norlhside Rotary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:03 p.m. NWA Hairrdessers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7:30 p.m. Rainbow Girls Return From Convention Members of Fayetteville lainbow Assembly chartered a jus to attend the International Order of the Rainbow for Girls at Rivergate Convention Center n New Orleans, La. More than 3,0(10 girls were registered from all 50 states, Australia, Canada, Germany, Japan, China, the Philippines and the Panama "anal Zone. Those attending from Fayetteville were Debbie Briden- Ihal, grand nature. Rainbow board members, members of the Order of Easlern Star, Masons and friends of t h e assembly. Rainbow Girls loured historical places, took a cruise on the Mississippi River, toured the French Quarter and ate at well- known restaurants. Before returning to Fayetteville, they spent a short time at Gulfport, Miss. Fire Department Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 p.m. .University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. ·NffliiintunnmniniiiiiiNiniBii M iDiNUiinfliiiinniiinnumi Mime Theater Will Perform On Wednesday. Aug. 7, the Mirrie Theater Company will perform for Summer Reading Program participants at the Fayetteville Public Library. The performance promises to be an excellent presentation of an ancient art form which is unfamiliar to many people. First and second graders are invited to come at 1:30 p.m., and third, fourth, fifth and sixth graders are invited to come at 2:30 p.m. Aug. 14 will be the last 'Library Happening" day. To celebrate the end of summer, there will be a party for all at 2 p.m., complete with lalent show and refreshments. Anyone .nterested in performing in the show, may contact Elizabeth Danley, children's librarian, at the Library before Aug. 10. R e a d i n g toward Library R e a d i n g Certificates will continue through August. Booklets must be turned in by Aug. 31. After that date they cannot be accepted. LAST WEEK! Inflation Fighters Sale. FASHION HATE' ZIG-ZAG $ ;AVE $20.95 sewing machine 99 Carrying case or cabinet extra · Exclusive Singer* front drop-in bobbin · Built-in straight, fashion, blind-hem stitches · Snap-on presser feet · 3 needle position? TOUCH SEW sewing machine $ WITH DESK/CABINET Model 758/692 Exclusive Singer* push-button front drop-in bobbin. 70 OFF REG. PRICE SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yeltow pages under SEWING MACHINES. ·ATf**e«VKkofTWESW*GCR COMPANY Copv»'ltfl © W*( HIE SENGER COMPANY. An Riflhls ReK/v«l Throughout Ihe SVorW. Arkattaaa ffitmra son and Mary Elizabeth Dock- for the annual Dockery family reunion. A basket dinner was Monday, August 5, 1974 planned the event were George Dockery, Lbyd Dockery, Harold Tuck and Maxine Mayes. The la, Ga., where Ihey attended a seminar for rh'-' held at the Sheraton-Billraor« 1 Personals year when the family will mee in the same place at the same Dr. and Mrs. Hal J. Mern man have returned from Allan- AHEAD for Fall "Shayne leather the matching slacks and contrasting turtleneck Good Oie Days by "Gunnie Sax a look that only can express true feelings. A flowered printed voile long dress, trimmed in antique lace with fitted band at waist. Sizes 5-13 Your mirror can't keep from telling you the truth. |f you're not pleased with what you see...see us today at magic mirror. /Magic Mirror figure salons mirror mirror on the wall

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