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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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'·A; · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Aug. 18, 1974] PAVITTIVILLI, ARKANSAS ·jMMil«!BD!l|«!in!!||||||R||l!||!inil||lll||jin This 'n That About Town ' MMMiiniiiiiHiiiiiiii niiiuiii iii iiiuiii iiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii! iiiiini inniiiii iim iiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiinntiiiiniiiiiiniiitiiiiiiiniiif By MARY ALICE PEARSON : The Departments of Music, Art and Speech and Dramatic Art have scheduled many outstanding attractions for the fall »nd spring semesters at the University of Arkansas. Martha Sutherland, arts coordinator, announces that six chamber music concerts will be presented under the auspices ot the ! University's Arts and Concerts Committee. Also, an opera and'five dramas are planned by the University Theater and 12 art exhibits will be hung throughout the academic year in the Arts Center Gallery. The Manhattan String Quartet will open the Fine Arts ? Concerts Series Oct. 25. Other performances will be by Bcnila ValenUe, soprano, Nov. 3; James Fjelds. pianist, Nov. 25; · Daniel Domb, cellist, Jan. 30; Leo Smit, composer and pian- ' ' · ist, Feb. 17; and the Francesco Chamber Trio, March 26. : ··, Admission to this.series is by season ticket or by individual , tickets thai may be purchased on the night of each per' · I formance. · The'University Theater productions will open Oct. 1 with .'· Royal Tyler's "The Contrast," a production in keeping with ; -i the United Slates' approaching Bicentennial celebration, since ·"· it was first staged in 1787. On Oct. 29, "Marat/Sade," by · ' · Peter Weiss, will be given. "The Rainmaker," by Richard "'· Nash, will be presented in December, and Edward Albee's "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," will open the spring semes- · ter in early February. The opera, "Yeomen of the Guard," ·'· by Gilbert and Sullivan, will be presented in cooperation ' with the Opera Workshop in March. "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," with words and music by "· Stephen Sondheim, will be the Theater's final presentation ;' in April. ·;',: The first art exhibit will be sung in the Arts Center Gal- ,"···'. lory Aug. 28 and will feature a showing of Art Studio work. , Monthly exhibits throughout the year will include works by · University students arid faculty, among others. Exhibits will ·7 conclude with a display of public school art in May. The University's Reader's Theater, directed by Pearl ·' Galloway,' will present three productions and the Mime Theater, directed by Thomas Leabhart, will give perfonuances. Dates for those performances will be announced later. t Admission to University Theater productions are by sea- "· son ticket or by individual tickets. However, it is suggested · to make reservations because of the limited seating in the :·; theater. Readers' Theater productions and Mime Theater '" productions a r e free. . . ' . . . · Dr. Louise G. Henry was the commencement speaker at . special graduation exercises for 16 LaGrange College master ": of education recipients on Saturday in LaGrange, Ga. Dr. :3 Henry holds her Ph.D in entomology from Clemson Univer- ·;; sity, Clemson, S.C., having earned her master of science de;.' gree in zoology from Georgia Southern College and her bach- ""· elor of science degree in math from the. University of Georg- ·*- ia. Dr. Henry, who lives in Winterville, with her husband, Herbert M. Henry, is the daughter-in-law of Drs. Murphy .' '! and Louise Henry of Fayetteville. ;"j Ruth Jones is home from a three-week visit in Holland ;; with her son, Capt. David M. Jones, and his family. S h e .;. also visited Germany and Belgium. Recent guests of Norma and Frank Lee were Mr. a n d Mrs. J. C. Linard and son, Tommy, of Las Cruces, N. M., · and J. R. Linard and children, Todd and Lisa of Kansas City. : Debbi Lewis has returned to Fayetteville from Little Eock ."'· and will be manager of the new agency, Worldwide Travel I Service. Annie May Wood of Monroe, La., is visiting her niece V and nephew, Inez and Doyle Leeton. Before going home, she '" will visit Anne and Susan Leeton in Tulsa. Home from the Junior High Session at Camp Mitchell on :'. Petit Jean Mountain are Robbie Wilkes, son ot Mary Lillian and Dr. Wray Wilkes, Mark McMurtrey, son of Jcannine McMurtrey, Carolyn Reilly, daughter of the Robert Reillys. Belinda Bierwirth, daughter of the Kenneth Bierwirths. a n d Valerie Meisch, daughter of Libby and Dr. Max Meisch. Valerie was a junior counselor. Nostalgia for the "good old days" and enjoyment for today will combine on Friday, Aug. 23. when the front lawn of Headquarters House at 118 E. Dickson will be the scene of the third annual Ice Cream Social of the Washington County Historical Society. In addition to the traditional ice cream and cake, there will be old-time music, early movies, roving photographers and Gay 90's costumes to evoke-memories and laughter under the colored lights'and'striped marquee. Proceeds will go for upkeep of Headquarters House which has just undergone major repairs, plus a coat ot sparkling white paint. If you haven't visited the inside of the house i.- for a while, this is a good chance'to see the elegant newly- £.; ; acquired furnishings. ^ And be sure to raid your attics for costumes for the whole ·f" family! There'll be prizes for the best. -1 *' Arriving in Norway on the first stop of a wonderful trip, "£·. Vera McNair arid Marion Sager were delighted with t h e "-'·' flower and vegetable markets, towering mountains and water- '"',"· falls. They visited museums, castles and saw original Vik- ii;. ing ships. In Sweden the 13th and 14th Century homes w i t h Si, families still living in them they found attractive, particular- ·£ \y enjoyed Stockhome, City of Islands, where they visited ; the concert hall where Nobel Prize dinners are held, t h e j Royal Palace, and made the overnight trip to Helsinki where - they saw the work of the famous architect Saarinen's work. *-·": They flew to Leningrad and on the trip from the airport to "'; the ci-ty were amazed at the thousands and thousands of '·".'' apartment houses -- very few private homes in Russia they ...' say. They visited the Winter Palace, now called Hermitage, ;·")' and attended a Siberian Folk Festival. In Moscow, accord' ·, ing to their guide, they stopped at "the largest hotel in the "·'. world," saw the "largest cannon in the world," the "longest - river in the world," "the widest streets in the world," and " attended a performance in the "largest theater in the world." They visited Copenhagen and Warsaw before returning home, :"· v; Visiting Dorothy and Doug poison are their daughter, »·?·' Susan Dolson of Kingston, Ontario. Canada, and Dorothy's "'·^- sister, Margaret Chisholm of Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. : -"'- They will be here about two weeks.' '"-·'- Recent guests in the home of Anne and Ahmad Kattan ..' wer« his sister-in-law and brother, Selma and Ismail Kattan, and their daughter, Delia of Washington, D.C. Ismail is with the 'Egyptian Embassy in Washington. SCL, School Communications Line, pronounced "skill," a · small group of women volunteers who see the need of better communication between parents, children and schools, will open their office tomorrow. Though not a part of the school ; system, SCL is sanctioned by the school administration. By ' ··' calling -142-7500, these dedfrated volunteers will work w i t h . parents, their children, and the schools in answering questions, clarifying rumors and transmitting requested information. All calls will be confidential. Kandice Jane Ryan Is Bride In a double ring ceremony at 6:30 o'clock on Saturday, Aug. 17, Miss Kandice Jane Ryan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Rodney Ryan became the bride of Darrel Lamar Edmonson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Edmonson, all of Fayetteville: Vows were exchanged in the First Baptist Churcli with pastor Paige Patterson performing the ceremony. The wedding parly gathered at the altar before a large floral canopy of white and yellow m u m s accented by arching candelabra. The bride and bridegroom used the ceremonial unity candle, cen- .ered on the altar, · to further demonstrate their Union. Preceding the ceremony, Miss Jane Robinson presented a program of nuptial selections on :he piano and accompanied Miss Judy Complon who sang' "The Wedding Song." Phil Wai- son accompanied himself on the- guitar as he sang 1 "More." Acolytes were the bride's cousins, Mike and Miles McKenzie of Whelen Springs. For the entrace of the bridal party, Mrs. Gladys Sonneman played "Brian's Song" on the organ. She accompanied' Miss Susan Freeman as she sang "The Lord Bless You and Keep You" for the benediction. Men- dlessohn's "Wedding March" was the recessional.' Escorted to the altar by h e r father who gave her-, in marriage, . the bride Vvas gowned in white voile featuring ruffled wedding ring collar. The sheer yoke and bishop sleeves were bordered in Venise ,ace. Vertical scrolls of'Venise lace trimmed the full bell skirt- ending in a flounce encircling the chapel train. A lace Julie.' cap held her finger tip veil of French illusion : bordered in matching lace. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of white pom-pom chyrs'anthe-. mums .and yellow sweetheart roses. Miss Kim Vaught was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Carol Ownbey, Miss ' Lee Ann Bair, Mrs. Jan Harris, the bridegroom's sister, all of Fayetteville, and Miss Cathy Baskin of Littie H o c k , cousin of the b r i d e . They were i d e n t i c a l l y gowned i n floor-touching sheer summer dresses of yellow voile which was printed with small white flowers. The Empire waistlines and puffed sleeves' complimented the heart-shaped neckline. Each bridesmaid wore a pastel yellow, wide brim hat trimmed with yellow satin ribbon and daisies and carried handmade white and yellow ceramic baskets filled with yellow pom-pom chrysanthemums, baby's breath and white daisies. The baskets were gifts as a momento of the occasion. Harrel Edmonson was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Steve Farrar, Danny Ncal and Rick Neal, all of Fayetteville, , and Kerry Davidson of North Little Rock, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Mark Paui" LeRoy Duell and Rex Guynn. Budgie Harris, 'the bridegroom's ' nephew, carried the rings on a white satin pillow surrounded with yellow lace. The unity candle was carried to the altar by Colin Hart, another cousin of the bride. For her daughter's wedding, tfrs. Ryan was attired in i flora! long dress of aqua-blue polyester with a matching sheer coat. Mrs. Edmonson, the bridegroom's mother, wore a floor-length apricot knit dress with long chiffon sleeves. Both accented their gowns with corsages of yellow roses. At the reception In the fellowship hall of the c h u r c h , the bride's selected noted in flora_ Guests, after signing the bride's book, presided over by Miss Ml Chaelyn McKenzie of W h e 1 e n of the bride Edmonson, th bridegroom's sister-in-law, were bridal party and their parents. The serving table carried out and white with a floral arrangement of baby's breath, yellow KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and All Special Occasioni. To Order Phone 839-2243 (Closed Tuesdays) Hwy 71, West Fork KELLER-JORGENSEN STUDIOS Ballet ·Tap · Jazz 9 Pre-School · Acrobatic · Adult REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES AUGUST 15th to 21st CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 22nd 402 ARKANSAS AVE. or CALL 442-7492 FOR APPOINTMENT Margaret and Bill Griffith celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary last Sunday with a small open house at their home. Their son and daughter-in-law, Bill and Susan Griffith with their children, Mark and Anne, of Shreveport, La., were here for the occasion and assisted them in entertaining about 35 guests. Mabel Stanford and Katy Snodgrass have returned f r o m Anchorage. Alaska where they attended the Grand C o u r t session of the Order of the Amaranth. Mabel was g r a n d representative of Arkansas. They came home by way of Hawaii and spent a few days in Honolulu. Patty Quin and daughter, Cindy, who are guests of h e r aunt, Phyllis Street, will leave Thursday for their home in California. Juanila and Pink H. Van Hoose spent their vacation in Little Rock with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Van Hoose. Scott is a former coach at Fayetteville High School and is now coaching at Jacksonville High School. They attended the All-Star games and were on hand to s e e Scott win the second flight in the Jacksonville Golf tournament and to see him play in the Championship Flight at the Coaches Clinic. Marcia Ann Connolly, left Tuesday after a visit here with her mother, Dr. B. E. Connolly and sisters, Mary Spencer and Jane Connolly. She recently graduated from Cornell University as an electrical engineer and has accepted a position with Hewlett-Packard Associates in Palo Alto, Calif. She will work toward her master's degree this fall at Stanford University. Recently a group of Washington County Bar Member's wives met and made plans for organizing a Ladies Auxiliary. The purpose behind the auxiliary will be primarily social -to get to know one another, exchange ideas and have programs of mutual interest to attorney's wives. The first gathering will be B sherry party at the home of Linda Gall- mas from 4 to 6 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. All attorney's wives are Invited to come. two portraits of your child (frame not included) 5x7 color portrait plus a portrait etched on a silver-like metal charm only with this ad We take your child's portrait and etch it on a silver-like metal charm, No appointment necessary. Limit; one special offer per tamfly. Second child photographed Individually at 880. Aga limit: 3 weeks to 14 years, 880 charge for each additional person in groups. 6 days only offer ends Saturday, August 24. the Children's Photographer portraits for pennle* foday_ I rial will bo priceless tomorrow. PORTRAITS · PASSPORTS * COPY RESTORATION Northwest Arkansas Plaza FayttUvllle, Ark. Phon* 442-8885 McCain Mall N. Little Rack, Ark. Phone 501-758-6102 and white pom-pom chrysanlhe mums, white daisies and yellow sweetheart roses placed on a white satin cloth with a silk organza overlay .and accentec with yellow pom-pom chrysanthemums and white daisy nose gays on the corners of the table. The three-tiered yellow i c e d wedding cake was surrounded with flowers and decorated with white clusters that cascaded from the top to the bottom layer and toppec with a nosegay of yellow and white flowers which was repeated between- the column tier. Miss Marilyn Crouch and Mrs. Ayn Robertson of St Louis, Mo., cousin of the bride served the cake. The silver punch-bowl, at the opposite end of the table, was presided over by Miss Jane Armstrong. Miss Michaelyn McKenzie distributed miniature parchment scrolls which expressed the couple's appreciation to those attending the ceremony. When the new- Mrs. Edmonson and her husband left for City, Mo., the bride had pinned ; a corsage of yellow sweetheart roses from her bouquet at the shoulder of her green and white pant suit. The couple will be at home in Fayctzeville after Aug. 21, where they will continue their education at the University of Arkansas. Among the oUt-ot-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Davidson of North Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Robertson of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Baskin of Gurdon, Mrs. and Mrs. M. C. McKenzie of Whelen Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hart of Fort Smilh, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Neal of Sulphur Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Whalen and Dothy of Chouteau, Okla., Steve Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ragsdale and Linda Neal of Tulsa, Okla., Wendell Edmonson of Paris, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wasson of Siloam Springs. Daily Calendar of Events Today Annual Meeting, Kings Cemetery, 1 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarter! i» eActamic. lino. tn N. College «3-ZB3 | For Y«ur Preieripfion Ne*d» QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -«M2« CHy Parting Lot la Be« Monday ' · : . ' . ' - ;·' Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind Butterfield il School, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillerest Towers, Monday .through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. Great Books Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 1:30 p.m. Board of Adjustment, City Hall, 3:45 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. oLaauflk SL ··"W^ : v .*·; "·iXV:^" Evelyn Hills Foyatteville Entire Stock of FALL SPORTSWEAR and DRESSES at 15$OFF MRS. DARREL L. EDMONSON ... was Miss Kandice Jane Ryan before her marriage Saturday evening in the First Baptist Church if Fayetteville FALL PRINTS Machine washable cotton and corton/potyestar blends. Little or no ironing required. 44"/45" wide. 'HAYR1DE" PRINTS.. 169 · I YD. YD. OLD GLORY GOLDEN NUGGET PRINTS combed cotton. O98 GARDEN LANE PRINTS. ^1 YD. PLAID SUITINGS PLAID CHECK * COORDINATES "KASHLANA" * PLAIDS SOLIDS · BRUSHED PLAIDS 100% orlons 'and 100% acrylics. Machine washable 54"/ 56" wide. Just right for suits, dresses and sportswear. VALUES TO $459 YARD EASY CARE t COORDINATES CH1VAS * BRUSHED PLAIDS * CASCADE PLAIDS Woolen/polyester Wands. Machine wash Easy Cares and Cascades. 54"/56" wide. Easy CaresareScotch-guarded. VALUES TO $4.49 YARD. 3i 4 tweeds MACHINE WASHABLE Dublin coordinating windowpane checks with match-mate solid color tweeds also Scotch-guarded Carefree coordinates. 100% polyester and wool/rayon/cotton/ polyester blends. 54"/56" wide. 4i 9 flannels MACHINE WASH H2O SOLIDS i PLAIDS All the rich shades of autumn by famous maker J .P. Steve n s. 70% wool/30% nylon. Soft to touch, gr«at to wear! 54"/56" wide. POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS *'FANCIES * PLAIDS "STRIPES ·COORDINATES *JACQUAROS Colorful knit designs on 100% polyester and polyester/silk blends. Machine wash, tumble dry. 58760" wide VALUES TO $5.98 YD. * SAVE TO $3.48 YD. CLEARANCE SPORT PRINTS, VOILE PRINTS, NEW WORLD PRINTS, Famous Dan Rlv«r VIVA ffANCIES and DALA MATES. Machint wash cotton, acrylic, potycstwr blends. 44"/45" wide. VALUES TO $2.49 YARD 2^.99 PLAID STRIPE SUITINGS, DAN RIVER SEERSUCKER and FANCY SINGLE KNITS. Machine washable sports, dress and party fabrics. Cotton, acrylic, polyester blends. 44"/60" wide. VALUES TO $3.98 YARD .99* SO-FRO FABRICS always Jirtt quality fabrics NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Op«n Doily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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