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August 21, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Gay Nineties Social Set EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB Sororify Members Attend Seminar Epsilon Sigma Alpha Inlerna tional Sorority of the Arkansas State Council held a leadership ELKINS The regular August meeting if the Elkins Extension Homemakers Club was held at the lome of Mrs. Clyde Stokenbury, a pollock luncheon meeting vith Mrs. Roe Stokenbury and Urs. Bill Stokenbury as co-hos- ess's. Mrs. Ross Armstrong jave'the invocation. Reports were read and announcements made of upcoming eader-training, . dental health information, and other sessions to be held. It was voted to donate .$25 to the Abilities Unlimited drive. Also it was decided to make lap-robes for Christmas for our local rest homes. Some interesting items were displayed that are to be donated to the 4-H Club sale booth at the Washington County Fair. Devotions were given by Mrs. Bradford Gorham. There were fifteen mmbers and four children present. The September meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Verd Shofner with Mrs. Cad Bonnell as co hostess. All members are urged to attend. Mrs. Clyde Stokenbury seminar last Saturday al the Holiday Inn in Russellvillc. Beta Tau chapter of Fayetteville was represented by Mrs. Jerry Whittington. chapter secretary; Mrs. D. A. Carter, chapter treasurer; Mrs. David Gosnell,' past state council president; and Mrs. C. W. Guisinger Jr.. slate second vice president. Business Women Plan Conference Fayetteville Business and Professional Women's C l u b members mel last week al Wyatt's Cafeteria. Plans were announced for the f a l l conference to be held Ocl. 5 and 6 at the Holiday Inn in Fayetteville. This will be the first time in ten years that the Fayetteville club has been hostess to the fall conference. Reasons member of for becoming Epsilon Sigma pha are "to aid those less fortunate than herself, to expand her personal horizons, to gain greater self identity, to form new and lasting friendships," and in so doing a woman normally receives what she seeks, plus much, much more. BUCKNER There were eight members present for the August meeting held at the home of'Mrs. Basil Ledford. Mrs. Mary Gilbert, extension home econonmist presented a program on making wills. Plans for the county Fair scholarship bazaar were completed. The nexi meeting will be held Sept. 20 in the home of Mrs. Mary Drake. A highlight' of the third annual Gay Nineties Ice Cream .Social, sponsored by t h e .Washington County Historical .Society, will be the auction of . an oak lady's desk in I h e Q u e e n Anne style. Larry Tompkins, and Mrs. Tompkins, wearing an heirloom dress of the 1890s, examine the desk and make final plans for the social to be held from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday on t h e lawn of Headquarters House, 118 E. Dickson Street. I c e cream and cake will he served, old time movies presented, tnuaical entertainment provided and prizes awarded during the evening. All proceeds will go to support Headquarters House which will be open for tours. (TIMESphoto by Ray Gray) Wetl!, v Aug. 21, 1974 · 3 Thrift Tip Save the rubber rings that come on jars.. Paint them the color of your bathroom and paste them to the floor of the tub so you won't slip or fall while taking a shower or bath. Bridge News Mrs. Joe Scott and Dale Pearson were lirst place winners in Sunday afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club games at the Legion Hut. Winning second place were Dr. and Mrs. Earl Riddick, and- Uiird place winners were Mrs. George Roller and Mrs. Joe Rodman. In Monday night's g a m e s , Mrs. Scott, and Mrs. Roy Barbee won first place; Mrs. Alex Ginder and Mrs. Roller, second; Dr; and Mrs. Riddick, third, Jim Justiss and Sidney Bray, fourth, and Joe Scott "and Doug Dorland, fifth. There will not be a game on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 25. The evening's inspirational program was talk by Mrs ifflntinnniiiiiiiNniiiiiMiiuii Births miiinNinininiiniiiiiiiiKMiininninnnniiiiinnniinmHiniii REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and, Mrs. Theodore W. Legatski of Fayetteville, a daughter, August 16. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Pray of Springdale, a son, August 16. Mr. -and Mrs. Charles W. Canada of Fayetteville, a daughter, August 16. Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Eidson of Fayetteville, a daughter, August 16. Mr. and Mrs. Larry W. Melson of Rogers, a son, August 17. Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Griffin of Huntsville, a son, August 17. Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Batson Jr., of Lincoln, a son, August 18. 3(he]in Paul, which she openec by reading a poem, "Be the Best of Whatever You Are," bj Douglas Malloch. She said "thi key for personal success is hav ing a high purpose in lite" and suggested setting goals to reach the purpose and accomplish thi by daily checkups for improve inent. Doris Cook, chairman o[ tin finance committee presente* the 1974-1975 budget for ap proval to the club. Deadline Set For Study Course Applications Applications for the Official ludy Course for Legal Secrcta- ies, sponsored by Washington ounty Legal Secrelarrcs Asso- iation, with the cooperation of Washington County Bar As Delation, must be received Thursday, Aug. 22, by Gail Bis veil or Donna Kittle. P. O. Box 67, Fayetteville, or by tele honing 442-6213. The 16 week course will be offered through the University iinnnniiniiiniiniiiinuniHiMiiiniiiinnmiiitiiiiiiiiitiiiiii Personals Kathy Anne Roach, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Norma Roach, 1848 Lawson Street Fayettevile, was second run ner-up in the Little Miss Dog patch contest last Saturda night in Harrison. Kelley Janin While of Ferriday, La., wa first runner-up, and winning th contest was Suzanne Lea Oxford, Miss. There were contestants. ELEANOR WILLIAMS DANCE STUDIO For Grrfs and Boys. Age 3'A through 18 COMBINATION CLASS OF ... · ACROBAT · TAP · BALLET · MODERN JAZZ Personality Singing i and Baton given I with Routine | Special Gymnastic Classes - - . . ^.--.o.sfration Now 'til August 30th Classes Begin First Week of September Studio located 3 miles east of Root School, Highway 45 Phone Mrs. Eleanor Williams 521-5373 Test Egg Freshness When in doubt about the freshness of eggs, test them in a pan of cold water. An egg that floats is bad for use; one that stands on end is stale; one that lies at an angle should be used immediately or discarded, and one that lies flat is fresh. Billy's Maternity Shop "Everything for the expectant mother" 502 W. Emma Springdale Arkansas Department of ontlnuing Education and class- will be held in Room 22» the Graduate Education nilding beginning Tuesday ghl Sept. 3. Each session will consist of vo one hour lectures ort a dif- irent topic. The course is not restricted o legal secretaries, but is open o any itnerestcd person. OVERWEIGHT "due to overeating" TAKE SLENDER-X TABS Consumer Pharmacy Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters !· Hectmole* *lnw W» SID N. Colltse 443-2BJ For Your Preteriptien Need* SeeUi QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 442-UU City Parking Lot In Rear Thursday Farmer's Market, Old Post Office Square, T a.m. Mother's Morning Out, University Baptist Church, 9 a.m. till noon Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 9 a.m. AHrusa Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, 12 noon Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 noon Regional Medical Center Auxiliary, Holiday Inn, 12:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Bowling, Ozark Bowling Lanes, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Board of Housing Appeals, City Hall, 4 p.m. Lawn Clinic, Agronomy Research Farm, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. DAV Chapter 3, VA Hospital, 7:30 p.m. '"'W||i|||||||lllll^^ TRANSFER SALE FINAL SUMMER CLEARANCE Entire Stock From Our Fort Smith and Our Fayetteville Stores Choose From AWide Selection! OFF and MORE Special Group of Men's Shoes NOW AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS and MORE! A select group of men's shoes. Such famous names as Florsheim, Jarman and Wintrop. Entire stock not included. Boston Store SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAXZA Use Your Boston Charge, Master Charge or BankAmericard Misses Sportswear Junior Sportswear Dresses Fountain Room Pant Suits Children* Wear Boston Store III All Sales Final Shop Daily '0:00 a.m. til! 9=00 p.m. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Use Your Boston Store Charge, Master Charge or BankAmericard FINAL CLEARANCE LADIES 7 SPRING and SUMMER DRESS SHOES and SANDALS LESS THAN PRICE! Save now on our big final clearance of ladies' spring and summer shoes. Great fashion looks from many famous names. Entire stock not included. LADIES' SHOES Boston Store SHOP NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA Use Your Boston Charge, Master Charge or BankAmericard

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