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August 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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^WMHfltfffllhPHIIIiiillllTllflOT^ This'n. That About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON Among annual expositions o( historic handcratts, t h e Orarks claims its National Festival of Craftsmen to be t h e show of shows." This autumn marks the twelfth year for the event at Silver Dollar City, south ot Springfield, Mo. Opening Saturday, Sept. 28, it continues daily except Mondays and Tuesdays through Sunday, Oct. 13. This particular festival aims to excell in more than just the total number of crafts exhibits. The best work of description is action. Every step of every craft is demonstrated and · explained in close proximity to the onlooker. Exhibits range from cheese-making to chair-caning and from sorghum molasses-making to log cabin construction. Among live dozen other skills to be seen throughout t h e 1800-style settlement are church making, cornshuckery, 1 o g hewing, steam-powered threshing and the baking of Ozark hearth bread and bucket bread. Additionally, Silver Dollar City's 24 "resident" crafts are in full operation, glass blowing, doll making, tintype photography, candle making, favorites of over one million persons who tour the crafts colony during the balance of its May- through October season. Traditionally, the first weekend and all weekdays of the festival are desirable from the standpoint of less-crowded viewing. Capt. Fred W. O'Baugh was a delegate representing Fayetteville at a recent meeting in Hot Springs when plans for an Arkansas Council of the Retired Officers Association to include units at Fayctteville, Searcy, Hot Springs and Little Rock-North Little Rock were completed. The group plans a state convention in May 1975. When Frances Smith came from a three-month visit with daughter and son-in-law, Ada Lee and Bill Shook, in St. Louis, she brought granddaughter, Lee Shook, with her for a visit of two weeks. Lee left this week for St. Louis to get ready for school on Monday. Ish Haley, a former member of the TIMES staff and more recently an employe of the Arkansas Gazette sports staff in Fayetteville, has accepted a position with the Dallas Times Herald and will report for work tomorrow. His wife. Mary Lou, will join him in Dallas after their home here is sold. Judy and Larry Complon, teen-aged children of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Compton, recently returned from a vacation in Fort Collins, Colo., where they visited their sister and brother-in-law, the Donn Lancasters. Donn is the son of Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Lancaster. They camped out, toured the Rockies and had a great time. Nancy and Mike Laney with son, Adam, and new daughter. Heather Lynn, of Little Rock visited their parents, t h e Carl Laneys and the Alsey Hollands, this past week w h i l e Mike was on vacation. Janie and Roy Eiclson have their first child, a daughter, Amy Dee, who is also the first grandchild of Helen and Dr. Ed Bidson. Mrs. Orville Blagg of Newport, Amy Dee's other grandmother, is here for a visit with her new granddaughter. Denajo and Dr. E.dwin C. Jones of Little Rock announce the birth of their second child, Wendy Michelle, at St. Vincent's Infirmary. She has a brother, Steven Carroll, who is two-years-old. Mrs. Jones is the former Denajo Struebing, daughter of the late Alden -Struebing of Fayetteville a n d Mrs. Betty Jo Bird Easterling of Huntsville. Wendy and Steven's great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harald D. Bird of Fayetteville. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dollarhide and grandson, Paul Robert, have returned from a motor trip with their daughter, Mrs. Pat Norton of Tulsa. Along the way they visited with Mrs. Dollarhide's sister, Mrs.' Wilfred Hultz in Mobile, Ala. Gwendolyn Wolf, who was the guest for three weeks of her cousin, Jerry Wolf, in San Bernadino, Calif., is home and reports a wonderful'time. She attended an 1 'International Ballet production and heard the Redlands Symphony Orchestra at Redlands Bowl, saw "Fiddler on the Roof," at the Los Angeles Music Center with members of the original New York cast, enjoyed several days at Oceanside where t h e y stayed near the beach, seeing San Clemente, San Diego, Newport Island and Balboa. They also visited Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland and Lake Arrowhead. The three daughters of Eunice Rahtz, Jean Rahtz, Kathy Smith and Gretchon Bull, were home during the summer for a reunion. Jean came from Santa Cruz, Bolivia where she taught the past year at La Paz American Cooperative School and has returned to teach there another year. Kathy, svho is a private teacher in Washington, D.C., where her husband, Tony, is in the Washington Navy Band, stayed three weeks, and Gretchen with husband Adam, and son, Adam III, came from Tuba City, Ariz., where they teach in t h e Navajo Reservation schools. When they left for home, Eunice went with them and returned home last week by jet after a trip to the Grand Canyon to entertain her brother and sister in-law, the Joseph Johnstons of Meridan, Iowa, and the Melvin Roepkes and sons, Blake, Cory and Kent of Washta, Iowa, who spent several days here. Among those who left for college this week were James Robert Beall, son of the Robert Bealls who will bs a freshman at Rice University in Houston; John Greenhaw, son of Jean and Leonard Greenhaw, a sophomore at Westminster College in Fulton, Mo.; Linda Pearson, daughter of Alice and Tom Pearson Jr., who will be a freshman at Texas Christian University in Fort W o r t h ; Karen Ball, daughter of Gladys and E. J. Ball, a freshman at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge; and Karen Halbrook, daughter of Bobbye Jo and Wayrnon Halbrook, for her freshman year at Hendrix College in Conway. Dr. John P. Owen, Dean of the College of Business Administration at the University of Arkansas, was guest speaker at the annual pre-session conference for members of the Henderson State College faculty in Arkadelphia on Friday at the Caddo Center on the college campus. A native of Newport. Dr. Owen has served as dean at the University since 19G7 and has taught on the college level since 1943. Guests of Mrs. Lippert Ellis are her son daughter-in-law the Carl Ellis' and their daughter. Barbie, of Scranton, Pa., who expect to be here for the rest of month. Returning to their home in Little Rock after a visit here with the Ellis' were Eleanor and Lee Boclcnhamer with children, Ann, Jim, John and Bob. Sondra and Lt. Col. Curtis Crouch and daughters, Karen and Cindy, have purchased a home at 26 E. Lafayette St., in Fayetteville and will make this their permanent residence. Col. Crouch has recently retired from military service. To observe the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Floy and John Owen (Rudy) York, Dorothy and Ed Metcalfe will entertain with a reception from 3 until 5 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Sept. 1, in the Terrace Room of the Holiday Inn. All friends of the Yorks are invited to attend. Chad Wilson, a student at the University of Wisconsin in Madison, was the guest of his parents, Mary Lou and Dr. Jack Wilson for two weeks, and their daughter, Marsha Henbest of Camp Hill, Pa., with her children, Jennifer and Mark ipent a month with them. Chad and Marsha have returned to their homes. Recent guests in the home of Shirley and Kenneth Phillips and son, Mike, were their daughter-in-law, Mrs, Dan Phillips and her daughter, Ashley Lynn of McComb, Miss. They were also guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Phillips. Accompanied by her mother, Edna Rogers of Springdale, they visited with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Dean May in Wichita, Kan., before returning to their home in McComb. The Dan Phillips are former residents of Fayetteville. · Nancy Ellis with daughter, Rose, and son, Rob, of Oak Ridge, Tenn., are guests of her mother, Louise Lane. T h e y txpcct to leave for home Tuesday. At the Jaycec board meeting held in Fayetteville, two top Jaycee awards, "The Roadrunner Awards," went to two Fayetteville Jaycettes, Joy Gartside and Patty Foster for their participation and activities in the organization. Miss Parker Fridays Bride eTort plaid with' matcHIng lac- ct and a pearl necklace, a gift Miss Elizabeth Ann Parker, aughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lee ryan Parker Jr., of Kayelle- le, became the bride of ouglas Ray Beechcr, son of r. and Mrs. Ray L. Beecher ot Rogers, Friday evening at 7 o'clock In Rolling H i l l s Baptist Church. The Rev. William Brock Wat son performed the double ring ceremony. The sanctuary choi loft was centered with an ar c h e d candelabrum holding vhite tapers. The wedding nrly was flanked by spiral .·andelabia holding white tapers ;ntwined with melon and green :arnations and baby's breath. Mrs. Richard Newborry was organist and accompanied Miss Beth Ann Brooks and Richard Newberry who sang "The Wedding Song" and "Eternal Life." Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a candlelight gown of organza with a bodice of re-embroidered Alen- con lace and clustered seed pearls featuring a sheer yoke. The wedding ring collar and bishop sleeves were trimmed ir Venise 'iace. The A-line skirt bordered in lace, swept into a demi-train, and her chapel length mantilla of French illu sion flowed from a Juliet cap of Alencon and Venise lace. Her only jewelry was an heirloon cross of coral, and she carriec a bouquet of long-stemmed melon roses and baby's berath ,Mrs...David Brewer was he sister's matron of honor and Miss Julie Beecher, the bride groom's sister, was bridesmaid Miss Lynn Parker and Steven Parker, sister and brother o -the bride, lighted the candle: Mrs. Brewer and Miss Bceche wore long dresses of greei dotted Swiss trimmed w i t h white lace and melon ribbon They carried a single Ion stemmed melon rose, David Beecher, the bride groom's brother, was best man Ron Wierick, David Brewer ani Stan Rutledge were ushers am -Tom McCraw was groomsman. Mrs. Parker wore a gree and melon floral dress with green carnation corsage a n Mrs. Beecher wore a dress o s . .^^_ 4.^TM.TM melon and white checks w i t k ' ' , ^^B" V HH| a white carnation corsage. 1^, » , , ^l /1JBH Immediately following th ^B , - ' ~ * j HI ceremony a reception was hel TM* ' " ^^ at the church. Miss Linda Rubl was at the bride's book. Th bride's table was laid with a ,,. _,. , ,. . _ · _ - , , . organza cloth over satin an ... was Miss Elizabeth Ann Parker before her marriage ca u g ht at the corners wit Friday evening . ribbon. The love birds adornin ie wedding cake were thos sed by the bride's gram MRS. DOUGLAS RAY BEECHER r* NnrtbHWBt Arkattaa0 Statfa wfi MEN 8A · Sunday, August 25, 1974 iniiminininiiiniiiiiniuniiiiinniiinuiiiuiinifflinw Two Receive Certificates For Service Dr. Ray Linglebaugh and Dr. larry Otwell were presented certificates denoting 25 continuous years of membership in the American Optometric Association at a special meeting of the Northwest Arkansas Opto- metrie Society on T u e s d a y evening. The awards presentation was made by Dr. John Sugg, a past president of the American Opto metric Association. New members of the society were also introduced, Dr. Bob Roberts of Siloam Springs, Dr Pete Parent! of Rogers and Dr Steve Carver of Bentonville. ·mimnn Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. AI-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters r. efecbrala HIK» Ua 530 N. Collide 443-222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 41Z-4248 City Parking Lot In Rear Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind Butterfieli 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. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 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. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m iinii: Jir.ar ;ii: ai! ii;:ikii: ill :iii ii'iinii.iiuii: :iiii:"iiii: r Evelyn Hills Fayettevill* Entire Stock of FALL SPORTSWEAR and DRESSES at 15#OFF 30% DISCOUNT on every Hem in the Shop Supplies for all Major Crafts Artists Oils, Brushed, Canvases Paints * Molds * Sprays Needlework Kit* * Dolls Unusual Gifts * Woods SHOP EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION CREATIVE CRAFTS Prairie Grove Open Afternoons arents on their 50th weddin nniversary cake. The crysta enterpiece held white taper vith melon and g r e e n car ations and baby's breath erving were Miss Judy Bro ell, Miss Vickie Sweat, M i s iecky Hutchens and Miss An [umphries. For her honeymoon, the brid rare a dress of white an Billy's Maternity Shop "Everything for the expectant mother". 502 W. Emma Springdale B corsage her shoulder. of melon rosOT at fn Faytttevttle wiiere the brWw groom will be a senior at t h e at home University of Arkansas. SPECIALIZING IN LARGE SIZES For the Discriminating Woman 12 1 / 2 -26 1 /2, 16-22, 38-52 Fashion Find: Leslie Pomer Tweeds Rich and elegant in a Tre- viro polyester knit, choice green or burgundy fweed. Sizes 14'/i-22Vi. A. Belted and pocketed pantsuits $52 B. Scarf accented princess dress ...... $44 Mail Orders Please Add 3% Tax and 90c Postage 220 E. Emma Springdale, Ar. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center BILL CANNON LaQUITA CANNON TOM HENDRICKS LaQuito and Bill Cannon are pleased to announce that Tom Hendrrcks is now Co-Owner and Manager of the Shoe Tree. To celebrate this new association the Shoe Tree has planned a great ....SHOE SALE.... . for the entire family! ·WOMEN'S SHOES Values $10 to $14 Now 5°° Values $15 to $20 Now 7°° Values $20 to $26 Now 900 ·MEN'S SHOES Values 18.00 to 27.00 5.00 Values 26.00 to 30.00 *«» 10.00 ·CHILDREN'S SHOES Values 5.00 to 17.00 NOW Off Entire Stock BOOTS Western * Dress 20% off PURSES Reg. to 20.00 !/ 2 Price To my many friends and customers, I would like to invite you to visit the Shoe Tree as soon os possible. My pledge to you is the same courteous and friendly service that I have always tried to give. Come and see me. Sincerely Tom Hendricks

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