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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 26, 1974
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: cr MEN Monday, August 26, 1974 · 5 ·nniiiwriiiM^^ Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. William H. Madding of Ontario, Calif., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kalhy Ann, to Gary Edwards, son of Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Jackson of Springdale. The bride-elect Is a 197Z graduate of Chaffcy H i g h School and attended the University of Arkansas. The prospective bridegroom, a graduate of Springdale I I 1 g li School, also attended Ihe University. Both are presently employed in Springdale. Miss Madding is the granddaughter of Mrs. Emma Edwards of Rpebe, and her fiance's grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bali and Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Edwards of Fayetteville. The wedding will he an event of 7 p.m. Oct. 5 at the Robinson Avenue Church cl Christ In Springdale. Sailer-Coker Engagement Announced Mr. and Mis. P. L. Seller of -Colorado Springs, Colo., announce the engagement ol their daughter, Patricia Ann, to Luke Anthony Coker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coker, 1556 Columbus Drive, Fayetteville. Miss Seiler is a 1971 graduate of Loveland High School and has attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins for three years. Her fiance is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs and has been training as navigator-bombardier ' at Mather Air Force Base, Sacramento, Calif. He will be going to Castle Air Force Base in Merced, Calif., to finish this training. His first assignment for duty will be Loring Air Force Base, Loring, Maine. The couple plans a September 7 wedding ceremony in Loveland, after which their address will be Lt. and Mrs. Luke A. Coker, 432-04-5720, 229 Sahara Apts., 200 Seneca Street, Merced Calif., 95340. Holiday Package LONDON (AP) -- A Britis travel firm is offering a ye^ long package holiday in sun Majorca for $713. The pric covers return fare, a room wit bath, balcony, and sea vie nd breakfast in a modeit hot n the Spanish island. The coir any said it already has 1 ookings for the holiday, whic egins in November. For Repair BLENHEIM, England (AP) -- Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill, is to be reroofed with blue-grey .slates from England's oldest s!ate quarry in Cumberland. The quarry recently exported 12,001) slates to Canada for roofing the Historical Resources Building in Fredericton. THAT'S ALL If jounced prescribed medicine, home nursing needs, or any pharmacy supplies -- jus J CALL --THATS ALL! Om is a complete health service to the home. E. Side Square --442-734 We Pick Up and Deliver Prescriptions Unusual Award MODRIC, Yugoslavia (AP) choolboys and girls ot th osnia commune, instead mall gifts and hooks lor e ellent marks in this scho ear, received free of char ermits from the fishermer ssociation to fish one year li rivers of the region. Vegetables Add Spark To Meals Be creative with vegetables, lat's the message that is aching many housewives who e faced with soaring meat rices and sometimes unappeal- g budget menus. Because moat is so expensive, her meal items art receiving Mrs. Bull Wins Championship A! Country Club The Women's Golf Association t Fayetteville Country Club ompleted three days of medal lay for the club championship riday and the medalist and inner in the championship ight was Frances Butt, unner up was Nancy Huppert nd low net, Mo Jackson. In the first flight, Madelyn ,ose was winner, Feriba Mc- lair was runnerup and Millie Jryan, low net. Altrusans Have New Member The regular weekly luncheon meeting of AHrusa Club was eld Thursday in the Razorback loom at the Downtown Motor Oclge. Mrs. Virginia Cammack. resident, conducted the bus ness meeting when it was oted to make a cash contribu ion to Abilities Unlimited-Mrs Marilyn Bell presented the pro :ram on vocational services. A new member, Mrs. France: Budko. was introduced. Square Dance Club Instructions To Be Given By Caller The' Over Fifty Square Danc llub is sponsoring a squar dance instruction class to begii Friday, Sept. G, at 1 p.m. Instruction will be given b; Slyde Timbrook, an exper :enced caller from Cav Springs. The class will be held in th Community Adult Center' a Hillcrest Towers. Intereste persons may call 443-3512 fo 'urther information. Astro Convention TORONTO AP' -- Star fo lowers will .meet -here in Sep member for the first natiqna Canadian Astrology Convention involved will be seminar workshops, discussion group and classes in astrology, said Canadian Independent Astro ger's Order spokesman. ore emphasis. Many jooks de- end on interesting salads and egetables to add both excite- nent and nourishment to their neals. So re-examine your upply of vegetables and see hat you can do about creating truly delightful vegetable ish. A new recipe for Ve- slable Combo will guide you. Made with green pepper, nion, zucchini, tomatoes and idney beans, Vegetable Combo an be prepared quickly and asiiy. The flavorful dish is sea- oned with basil leaves, pepper nd salt. The recipe will make en servings. VEGETABLE COMBO 1 Green pepper, seeded and ut into strips 1 Cup sliced onion 3 Tbsps. corn oil margarine Vi Lbs. zucchini, cubed 1 Can (19 ozs.) whole toma- oea drained % Cups kidney beans, drained anned 1 Tsp. salt % Tsp. crushed basil leaves Vi Tsp. pepper · 1 Tbsp. corns'.arch 1 Tbsp. water Saute green peper an pdnion n corn oil margarine until soft. Add zucchini, tomatoes, kidney ·eans, salt, basil and peper. Co- ·er: simmer 15 minutes. Blend i.ornslarch in water to a smooth aste. Stir into mixture in skil- ct. Cook until thickened, about one minute. Makes ten ser- ·ings. Auditions For Uarkettes Are Scheduled K e n n e ' t h L. Ballenger, director- of the University of Arkansas Uarkettes and professor of music, said auditions to fill .vacancies left 7 by graduating ;i'slud5nts,:,'»i) held Wednesday and Thursday. We have three vacancies in the soprano and alto sections and five vacancies for men- three tenors and two bases." Ballenger said. "Also, we will audition string bass players and percussionists." Wednesday's auditions will be at 12:30 noon in Room 312 of the Arts Center and Thursday's auditions will be at 12:30 neon in the Arts Center Concert Hall. The Uarkeltes. who returned e a r l i e r this month from a successful three-week- concert tour of Europe, will display their memorabilia on the fourth floor of the Arkansas Union next to the ballroom in September for public viewing. Ballenger also announced that KFSM television of Fort Smith will interview Uarkettes:for one of its "Dialogue '74" programs. Oral Cre* Taught IConads. The course, with M EDMONTON (AP - Thfl H'"TM "I"^"* 3 at "ie outart. College hero will begin a pro- ncludcs 600 hours of Instruction gram In fall with emphasis onjin two trimesters ot 15 weeks oral Cree as spoken in Western each. inn Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Evening Lions Club, Wyalt'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. SMITH'S · Communication 2-Woy Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarter! b ctednmlu tlnn l$t* S20 N. Col Ice* UJ-ZE3 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 441-4246 City Parking Lot In Reir To Marry Next Month Mr. and Mrs. William Bryant Smith of Springdale make known the engagement nf their daughter, Vicky Ann, to David Andrew Sloan, son of Mr. and Mrs. William W a r d Sloan of Touanga, Calif. The wedding will be an event of Sept. 14 in Fayetteville. Tuesday Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Civitan Culb, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon · Board of Adjustment, City Hall, 3:30 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Norlhside Roiary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Order of Amaranth, American Legion Hul, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. DAY and Auxiliary, American Legion Hul, Springdale, 7:30 p.m. Natural Food Associates, 1616 Thcodor St., Springdale, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. laaiiii Personals Mrs. G. M. Leupp of San Mateo, Calif., the former Miss Judy Ladon, has returned home after a two-week visit here with her mother, Mrs. A. A. Ladon. Way Jostled LONDON (AP) --. Challenged to sample rush-hour conditions on the subway, London Transport chairman Sir Richard Way spent 21 minutes being jostled en a commuter-jammed platform. The cliainnan, who said he uses the subway but not at rush hours, conceded: "K does look a little crowded." LEARN TO DANCE KNITTING CLASSES Beginning Thursday, Sept. 5 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Charg* Is for materials only. Pre-Registration Required as space is limited. LA PETITE YARN SHOP 443-2151 ALL PROGRAMS *' ' -'^t^t * ' £. ,, «?.. \ MON.TUES ,,AUG.2627 FREE REFRESHMENTS DRAWINO FOR CASH PRIZES MONDAY KVKN1NO 1 Wesfgafe Shopping Center Hwy. 62 W. / 71 By-Pass Figure Analysis Call 521-5100 30% DISCOUNT on every item in the Shop * Supplies for all Major Graffs * Artists Oils, Brushes, Canvases * Paints * Molds * Sprays * Needlework Kirs * Dolls * Unusual Gifts * Woods SHOP EARLY FOR THE BEST SELECTION CREATIVE CRAFTS Prairie Grove Open Afternoons ELEANOR WILLIAMS DANCE STUDIO For Girlt and Boyi. Age 314 through 18 COMBINATION CLASS OF ... · ACROBAT · TAP · BALLET · MODERN JAZZ Personality Singing i and Baton given with Koiiline 1 Special Gymnastic Classes Accepting Registration Now 'til August 30th Classes Begin First Week of September Studio located 3 miles east o! Hoot School, Highway 45 Phone Mrs. Eleanor Williams 521-5373 8:30 a.m.-to 8:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. en Saturdays 4th ANNIVERSARY SALE Hundreds of Unredeemed Pawn Items On Sale Men's TIE TACKS. Values to $2.00 -- Now Only 25* ea. EARRINGS. Were $1.98 per pair -- Now Only. . . .25* per pr. BRACELETS · ' · 49* ea. NECKLACES, Chokerss, Values to $5, While They Last 49* WATCHES, all Hamilton, Elgin, Waltham 40% Off DIAMONDS -- AT WHOLESALE PRICES Ladies Ring 1.10 ct. Solitaire set in 14k white Tiffany Mounting $500.00 Ladies Ring -.55 ct,. Solitaire Gem Quality, set in 14k white mounting · · - .$500.00 Ladies Emerald cut .55 ct. Gem Quality Diamond Ring $420.00 Ladies 1 Vi ct. Genuine Emerald Ring, yellow 14k mounting · -$750.95 Ladies 1.03 ct. Genuine Emerald Ring, White 14k Mounting · · $420.00 Ladies .55 ct. Solitaire Ring 14k White Mounting/ Retail Price $500 · · $240.00 Ladies 2.00 ct. Genuine Ruby Ring, set in 14k yellow. . .$600.00 Ladies 1.00 ct. Gen Sapphire, deep blue ring $400.00 Man's 1.50 ct. total weight Diamond Ring ,.- .$350.00 Man's 1.00 ct. total weight Diamond Ring . . : . . .$300.00 Man's .75 ct. total weight Diamond Ring ,$240.00 Man's .50 ct. total weight Diamond Ring ,...,. .$100.00 Man's .25 ct. total weight Diamond Ring $120.00 CAMERAS, 50% Off our Low Low Price ALL OTHER JEWELRY, 20% to 40^ Discount WATCH BANDS by Speidel Kreisler, 40% Discount Hunter Case POCKET WATCHES, many Antiques, Were 69.95 to $150 $25 to $75 Other Pocket Watches, from $15 up Fair-Trade Items Not Included -- Big Trade-In on Watches Acoutans, Builovas, Caravelle and Many Others ROCHIER'S JEWELRY 7 East Mountain Fayetteville, Ark,

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