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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, September 1, 1974
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·MttUNIiniH^^ This'n. That About Town ,,.. ew note entertain- . By MARY ALICE PEARSON in TM., i cl-|sp auU) mn days inspire you to Inject a n n/ r» Jl OI P C decoratin 8 scheme, a n d t o d o more e n - inrinnrt s I on " le many offings of the fall to reflect indoors the change of season. oi-ul , can . cas ' ly capture the zesty mood of the season and wrth »T r Cl ' ami 'y and friends a new outlook on life «nih gements ot vibrant autumn flowers, such as ohry- san hemums, pompoms, asters, celosia and cockscomb, as i.!/i » S " nusual d"ed flower bouquets and colorful, long- lasting chrysanthemum plants. * all is tlio season for entertaining and much of it is cen- tereu around the excitement of Weekend football In our town. It s a touchdown for the hostess who plans an after-the-game bullet supper of heaity food and drink for the football followers and "armchair quarterbacks." A "football" table setting, and most of the food too, can be prepared ahead of time. Aller quick oven warm-up of the food, you can join the fun. Arrangements of golden chrysanthemums, copper-toned pompoms, bright-berried bittersweet, green huckleberry foliage and wisps of wheat, make charming centerpieces in the harvest spirit for buffet and sitdown dinners. To carry out the football motif, fall flowers could be arranged in a football Helmet; a red tablecloth could be used with narrow strips of white fabric to form a gridiron pattern anil the Hazorback colors could be repeated in napkins. And after the excitement subsides, fresh golden flowers and the warmth of the flames from the fireplace invite an evening of rest and conversation. And fall is almost here. This afternoon from 3 until 5 o'clock, Hoy and JiSin Owen (Rucly) York will celebrate their Silver Wedding anniversary in the Terrace Room of the Holiday Inn and expect all their friends to come. Longtime friends and next-door neighbors, Dorothy and Ed Metaalfe, will be hosts for the party. Marilyn Anderson and Janet Home, teachers at Fayetle- ville Creative School, will outline their programs for three ' and four-year-old students at the school's annual Parent- Teacher open house at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24, at the First United Presbyterian Church. Anybody interested in the three-year-old program will be glad to know there are limited openings still available. Jim Bowles, a recent graduate of the University of Arkansas, has accepted an engineering position with Phillips Petroleum Co., in Odessa, Tex. He leaves today to. assume his new duties. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. James R. Bowles of Fayctteville. The annual President's Reception for faculty and staff at the University of Arkansas this year, according to Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bishop, will be an informal affair with informal attire appropriate. Scheduled for Thursday evening In the Arkansas Union Ballroom from 7:30 until 9 o'clock, the Bishops will mingle informally with their guests. Born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Halsell of Rogers an 8 Ib. 1 or,, son, Eric Lee. Betty and Hamp Halsell of Rogers, formerly of Fayetteville, are grandparents, and t h e baby arrived on Hamp's birthday. Linda Pearson was pledged by Rho Epsilon Chapter of Chi Omega at Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Tex.. Tuesday, making the third generation of Chi Omegas In her family. Mort Karp, associate professor in the University of Arkansas School of Architecture, has returned from Richmond, Ind., where he directed an architectural team in an evaluation and recording project for the Historic American Building Survey, a division of the National Park Service. Structures recorded included a 19th Century multiple- tiered round barn, the office building for the Whitewater Canal Company built in 1840, the Wayne County Court House and a number of early 19th Century houses of historic importance. The material has been sent to the Library of Congress where it will be available In the national archives. The project was funded by a grant from the Historic Landmarks Foundation of Indiana in cooperation with the Ball S t a t e University College of Architecture. The Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Kattner, who left here last November to make their home in Lehigh Acres, Fla., are visit- Ing with Dr. and Mrs. Henry Lotz and expect to be here about two weeks. Angela Trieber of the San Francisco Bay area is the guest of her daughter, Peggy Frirzell. She expects to go home next Wednesday. Leaving Saturday for Los Angeles were Jani and Ronnie Noggle where he will work on his doctor's degree at UCLA. Jani has been a member of the TIMES News Room staff for the last year and will be missed. When Margi and Jim Stewart and their children went to Colorado Springs recently to take their son, Jimmy, to the Air Force Academy, they were accompanied by her mother, Helen Zoellner, who had been their guest here. Upon t h e i r return Margi's niece and her husband, the George Clinedmste arid their children, Paula, 5, and Georgie 2%, were their euests They visited Eureka Springs and Tahlequah, Okla., and were so Intrigued with the area they didn't want to go home. Paula and Georgie performed for Mettle Stewart s bridge club, singing country-western songs, and playing the guitar. Scott Stewart has returned to Subiaco Academy alter his summer vacation with hi* parents. Nancy Rose and Rob Ellis left Wednesday for their home in Oak Ridge, Tenn., after a ten-day visit here with Nancy s mother, Louise Lane. When Nadine and Mearl MoKinney returned from a trip to Europe, their daughter and son-in-law, Martha Nan and Maj Larry Medley, with their daughters, Missy and Megan rf Ariington. Va, and their son and , JTMBhter-m-law Bob and Tori MoKinney, with sons, Powell and Todd of Mem- nhis Tenn came for a visit. Last Saturday was Powell s birthday which was celebrated with a family party. Coming in yesterday from their home in Cincinnati, Ohio, were C n d y and Bill Ash with children, Melanie, and month- Sdloh William Herman, for a visit with her parents, Irene and Herman Tuck Jr., and grandparents, Josephine a n d Herman Tuck Sr. ____ EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB SALEM There were eleven members and five guests at the August meeting held at the community building. Mrs. Essie Weir directed a program, and member* discussed sewing for the Arkansas Children's Hospital. The next meeting will be held September 18 at the community building with Mrs. Vclma Lewis and Mrs. Faye Skellon as host* SSSS ' Mrs. Mary Minter Side Stones Add Charm Although diamonds have long been called "a girl's best friend" · women have been limited in the number of diamonds they may own because of the high cost of the precious ·tones. Today diamond jewelry li becoming more wearable and affordable because small, less expensive stones are being used to adorn jewelry items. Household Hint House plants will stay watered while you are on vacation if you place several bricks in a galvanized wash tub and cover the bricks with water. Place one potted plant on each brick. The bricks will take ui water to keep the plants In good condition for gevefal weeks. Fiack-Reed Vows Exchanged Church The Rev. . Rebecca Gayc Reed and l.ce Flack were married lurday, Aug. 17, at the United in Elm Raymond performed the double my. Parents of the Mr. and Mrs. Jim of Fayetteville and Mr. Clifford Flack of yellow daisy cfirysunthemums, greenery and candelabra decorated the altar. Miss Rosemary Kpringdale played Carnes of the organ before the ceremony and Miss Shawhan of "Follow Me." Springdale MR. AND MRS. FLACK ... following their marriage at the United Methodist Church in Elm Springs Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. Tce- nogle of Prarie Grove announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, MickL Darlene, to Stephen Orian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peler Orian of Lincoln. The bride-elect is a 1969 graduate of Prarie Grove High School and a 1933 graduate of Southwestern Union College in Keene, Tex. The prospective bridegroom is a 19GR graduate of Tlmnderhird Academy in Scoltsdale, Ariz., and a 1972 graduate of Southwestern Union College. Miss Icenogle taught in Fort Smith this past year. Her fiance is presently doing graduate work at Andrews University in Berrin Springs, Mich. The wedding will lie an event of 10:30 o'clock in (he morning on Sun day, Sent. 15, at the Seventh Day Adveniist Church in Lincoln. Alt friends and relatives are invited to attend. Presented in marriage byher ilhcr. the bride wore a gown of white crystaline satin crepe an A-line skirt set in an inverted waistline with a fitted bodice and high neckline ot re- embroidered Chantilly lace wcnted with tiny seed pearls long sleeves. The skirt fell form a cathedral train. Her matching headpiece with, attached illusion veil, was edges in lace, and she carried a bou- ]uet of white roses, daisies and baby's breath. .Miss Kathi Reed of Fayette lille was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs l.ou Yales of Fort Smith and Miss Edna Mae Reed of Fay Woman's Word lly THE ASSOCIATED PRKS Here are some quotab quotes fron women during th week: Making a film was not some Wng t h a t was directly on y mind. It began to develop s a means of saying some- ins about someone I've nowii, for 25 years and who is lore intriguing, more con- oluled and driven by a greater ariely of impulses than any- ne I've .ever met." Judy Coins, singer of folk and popular cogs, talking about a film she roduced and codirected about ntom'a Brico, the first woman a conduct the New York Phil- annonic. 'Every time we go cam- aigning, men come up to us to omplain about how other men ace screwed up things so bad- they're ready to try a woman in politics." Roberta Weiner, egislative coordinator of the toy York State Women's Polit- cal Caucus, speaking on Worn u's Equality Day. "I know that many think that iecause I am a woman, I can- mt take over the helm. But I lave two arms, and in one hand I have Peron and in the ather Eva Peron." President sabcl Peron of Argentina, ^peaking in her first public ral- y since she took office in Buenos Aires. "Like most women, I have veight problems. I've -lost ' pounds and I want to lose 30 nore. They can pad me to make me look like Bessie Smilh. They can put it on wherever they need it, to make me look bigger. I just know that the more I lose, the better I feel." Singer Roberta Flack, \vho will portray the late blues singer Bessie Smith in the coming film "Bessie." "Because there was no electricity, Lindbergh kept 12 kerosene lamps in his house. He liker! the simple things." Mrs. Samuel F. Pryor, speaking of her neighbor in Hana, Maui, Hawaii, aviator Charles A. Lindbergh, who died .this week. etteville, sisters of Ihe bride. Their matching floor-length dresses were of yellow polyester and they carried nosegays of yellow daisy chrysanthemums with yellow streamers. T h e bridegroom's father served as best man, groomsmen were Tom Davis of Laverne, Okla., and Greg Kilburn of Siloam Springs, and ushers were Dusty McJunkin of Springdale and Max Freeman. Kelly and Kristine Carlisle of Tyrone, Okla.. n e p h e w and niece of the bridegroom, were ringbearer and flower girl. Miss Reed wore a peach knit dress with matching voile shirt and white accessories. Mrs. Flack wore a white double'knit ress with while accessories, corsages of white overed with a white linen cut- vork cloth centered with an arrangement of yellow daisy chrysanthemums and baby's ireath. Miss Pam Moore of Fayetteville served cake. After a wedding trip to Jenver, Colo., and Del Rip, 'ex., the couple is at home in "^amden. miinniniiininniiiininiiiimimniniitiiiniiniininiiiiiiiinniiii Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Ricky L Bronson of Springdale, a daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie V. Me Coy of Fayetteville, a son, Aug Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Ma nion of Prairie Grove, a daugh Sun., Sept. 1, 1974 · lUllllilllllllllllllllliraiiraiiraillllllllllllfflilWlBBa Household Hint After removing cookies from the hot oven, place them on waxed paper sprinkled with sugar. This prevents sticking and makes scraping ths counter surface later unnecessary. ceremony in Fellowship Hall o 1 the church. Miss Sherry Davis f Siloam Sprir/gs was in charge Companions Pansles, with their pixie faces, and English daisies with round tightbuttons for flower*, bloom at the same time as daffodils. The three are good companions in the garden, complementing one another in color and design. Antique Show Scheduled For Weekend A1 Mall More than 40 antique dealers vill be on the Mall at Northwest Arkansas Plaza for the Million Dollar Show and Sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 5. 8 and 7. Coming from all over the Jnited States, Miss Tracey Hall Merchants 1 Association at t h e Plaze says "this is to be the »st antique show yet." Household Hint Place the ironing board in a ;ood light so that you do not have to squint or bend over your work. Place the basket of clothes to be ironed on a stool the board and have, a Sorority Opens Fall Season Members of Delta Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met this week at the home of- Mrs. Ray Sigg for Beginning Day. The meeting was preceded by a dinner of tossed green salad, sandwiches, chips and cold drinks, i Dessert was chocolate cake decorated with the sorority's flower, the yellow rose, and ice i cream. i Mrs. John Williams, vice president, conducted Ihe business meeting in the absence of Mrs. Doug Stovall. Officers and committee chairmen explained their duties to guests. During the summer months. a traditional barbecue was held at the home of Mr.. and Mrs. Stovall and a get-acquainted evening at the A. Q. Chicken House was attended by members and guests. Mrs. Bill Jones was introduced as the chapter advisor for the year. Guests were Mrs. David Beckham Mrs. Lynn Johnson, Mrs. Tom Hill, Mrs. Ken Merritt, Mrs. Steve Tennent, Mrs. Mike Lamport, Miss Allison Reems and Miss Peggy Coyne. Tha next meeting will be heir at 8 p.m., Sept. 10, at the home of Mrs. Williams. rack for ironed pieces within easy reach. Standing on a rubber pad and watching your posture as you iron will help prevent fatigue. Announcements BiimniiinNinniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiinniininiiiDuiiniiiiiiiiiir Members of Preceptor Zet£ Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi wil meet in the home of Mrs. Ab Bidwell for a program on "Time Pieces-Clocks and Wat ches' 'at 8 p.m. on Thursday. Sept. 5. ^ BILLY'S MATERNITY SHOP "Everything For the Expectant Mother Hit. 9-5 Mon.-Sat. 751-1474 502 W. Emmi, Springdal* The Sport Is Advertised In Sept. Seventeen Good Hope School will offer classes in FUNDAMENTALS of MOVEMENT and INTERMEDIATE and ADVANCED BALLET beginning September 9 U-Ark Ballroom 637. W. Dickson For Further Information Please Call Sylvia Stewart 521-7286 FALL PRINTS Machine washable cotton and cotton/polyester blends. Little or no ironing required. 44"/45" wide. ·HAYRIDE" PRINTS. 169 · I YO OLD GLORY GOLDEN NUGGET PRINTS. combed cotton GARDEN LANE PRINTS. . . 098 ··fc-YO Guaranteed machine washable, 100% cotton m an excellent color range. 44"/45" wide. PINWALE C O R D U R O Y S P O R T C O R D P R I N T S N O W A L E C O R D U R O Y O69 **YD. DOUBLE KNITS EXCITING NEW KNITS ·"LISETTES" .ASSORTED STITCHES A wide range of novelty stitches in bright new fall colors plus winter white, just right for Back-to-School sewing. Machine wash, tumble dry, textur- iz«d polyester, 58"/60"wide. PLAID SUITINGS EASY CARE SCOTCH^GUARDEO · COORDINATES CHIVAE · BRUSHED PLAIDS .CASCADE PLAIDS Machine wash Easy Cares and Cat- cades. E4"/5B" wide. Woolen/polyester blends. Easy Cares are Scotch- guarded. VALUES $4.49 START TO SEW KITS Contains 11 of the most needed sewing needs including scissors. Perfect for the "beginner". If purchased separately over a $7.00 value. CUTTING BOARDS Easy cutting on 1" square markings in all directions. Heavy, laminated Kraft Board is easy to fold and store. Regular $5,00 SAVE $3.03 EACH 197 · EACH SO-FRO FABRICS always first quality fabrics NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA OPEN DAILY TIL 9 P.M.

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