Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 5, 1974 · Page 7
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September 5, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Troy Belole. 28fi4 Elizabeth Avenue, Faycftc- villc, announce the engagement and apiu'uucliiiig marriage of their daughter, Nikki, to David S: Hency, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Hcncy of Elkins. The wedding will he an event of 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday, Oct. 12, al the First Baylist Church in Elkins with Rnhcrt Dock- cry officiating. Friends and relatives of the couple are in- vilecl to attend. Bridge News Mrs. George Roller and Mrs. Joe Rodman were first place winners in Sunday afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club games at the Legion Hut. \Vayne Patterson and Henry Thibaull won second place, and tying for third, fourth and f i f t h places were Mr. and Mrs. John Bradley and Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Graydnn with Walter Pupk and Leon Marks. Mrs. Norman McCartney ar Mrs. Rodman won first plae in .Monday night's games, Mr J. A. Laner and Mrs. Roll' were second place winners, ai tying for third and fourth plac were Mr. and Mrs. Don McGi nis with Wayne Patterson an Henry Thibault. Nurtbuwai Arkansas QlifflS or Wo*: MEN Thursday, Sept*mb»r 5, 1974 £ l!Ulllllllllll1l!!ll[l![!ll!ll!lllllllll!l!ll!ll!lll!n!in!!!IIU!«ll]|lllllll!ll!IIH^ Announcements American Legion and Auxili- ry will have a business mect- ng at 7 o'clock tonight in the American Legion Hut. The pot- uck supper scheduled for Sept. 9 has been cancelled. A m e r i c a n Association o t Retired Persons will meet at p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, at lillcrest Towers. . Senior Citizens Day at the Vashington County Fair will be Vednesday, Sept. 11. Senior citizens will be admitted free rom 1 p.m. to 5 p.m: Northwest Arkansas Alpha il Omega Alumnae Club will lave a picnic super to wel- ome Delta Rho chapter jollcgians at the University on iunday, Sept. 8 at the cabin it Mrs. James Stewart on Beaver Lake. The group will meet at the chapter house at 4 p.m. and travel to the lake n a group. New alumnae to ,hc area arc invited to attend and may call Mrs. Walter Burdio, 442-6704 for further information or a ride. Picnic Starts Activities For Sorority Year Members ol Upsilon Chapter f Beta Sigma Phi held a "beginning day" family picnic Sunday at Lake Wedington. Guests, n addition to chapter member's T o n y Vanlandingham, M r . and Mrs. Bill Thornton, and member-advisor, M r s . Joe Vouch, and Mr. Crouch. Summer events included a 'happy talk" coffee at the Newcomers Club will have its irst meeting of the fall season at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday in iome of Mrs. Genevieve Berg, 2545 Ridgely. Dessert will be served followed by bridge. All newcomers to the area and pro sent members are invited to attend this important meeting as plans for future meetings will be discussed. Mrs. Sam McNair, one ot the club foun ders, will be present to assis with planning events. President's Reception honor ing new faculty and staff mem hers at the University o Arkansas will be held tonigh rom 7:30 until 9 o'clock at the rkansas Union Ballroom, ire will be informal. At- amilies, were Mr. ary Chaney, Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Beginning Day Observed By Sorority The 1974-75 theme "Stairway to Happiness," was emphasized when XI Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Mary Patrick for observance of "Beginning Day, 1974." Chapter president, Mrs Janet Zachry, led the oening ritual and gave the president's welcoming message. Mrs, Kay Chappell, Mrs. Cathy Hale Mrs. Lcona Kelly, Mrs. Nadin Miller and Mrs. Glenda Rober tson were guests. Beta Sigma Phi Internationa rescnted the chapter with 'three-star rating" for out standing achievements durin the past year. The award vva ;iven to past president, Mrs Muriel Howard. The chapter a ·so received International hono rary mention for publicity co verage of chapter events. Mrs Zachry was last year's publicit chairman. Social chairman, Mrs. Joa Ray. invited members to a win and cheese tasting party on Sa turday, Sept. 7, at the horn of Mrs. Howard. Program books entitled "In Word an Deed and Thought," were dis Iributed by Mrs. Joyce Stafford program chairman. Books em phasized thought, speech an action in daily living. Mrs. Patrick, service chai iome of Mrs. Seth Young and a homemade ice cream social in the patio of the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard O'COn- nell. A highlight of the coffee was the items of special mean- ng which members and guests brought and displayed. Scrub Away Oils Cleanliness is the secret of laving beautiful, young, touching soft skin. Beginning each day with the most scrupulously clean' face possible ,a face free of leyers of dead eels and excess oils, produces better looking skin than crcames and makeups. The woman whose skin is prone to oiliness and blackhead needs a special soap for thorough cleansing. An effective soap that is new on the market has been introduced for these women. It contains natural, organic pumice granules. man. described projects for t|- corning year. The chapter main project will he the cont nuing drive for funds to obta: a thermography machine fc Washington Regional Medic_ Center. Mrs. Patrick announce that Mrs. Norma Conner wi serve as publicity director fi the drive. Ways and means chairma Mrs. Kay Cramer, summarize money-making 9M Birifiday Observed By Mrs. Stanberry Events honoring Mrs. Kdilh lanberry on her 97lh birthday icluclcd a dinner party on Sat- rday evening, Aug. 31, at Iho omc ot her grandaughler, Mrs rtarvin W. Hall, and Mr. Hal i Faycltcville. Guests w e r e her son and aughlor-in-law, Mr. and Mrs .cnard Slanberry of Baldwin nd her daughter, Mrs. Fre ..cvi ot Fayelteville. On her birthday, Sept. riends in her neighborhood *ave a parly in (he afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mary M ! e r o u g h er. Twelve guest, irought gifts and were serve ce cream, cake and punc rom a lace covered table. Mrs. Stanberry WPS bor ept. 3, 1877 near St. Paul, th daughter of George and Lucii da Shelton Eacret and has bee a lifelong resident of the are except for a short time spen n Arizona, She and her hus land, the late John Rober Stanberry, observed their. GOt wedding anniversary before h: death in 1950. They were th parents of four sons and daughter. Ballet Auditions Sei For Saturday Audition for advanced ball work in the Dance Extensio program offered at the Unive sity of Arkansas will be he at 10 a.m. Saturday in the W men's Gym. Students nine years old an up, who are interested in adc tional ballet training to prese classes from local teachers, w be selected to work in this cla for the coming year. The program is under the i struction of Linda Bonn. F further information call tl Continuing Education Offic 575-3604. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUBS SCHEDULE Extension Homemaker Clubs Washington County will meet ccording to the following sche- ule during September 4-12: Thursday: Town and Country, :rs. Bill Morris, 1 p.m.; riendly Neighbors, Carriage Inn, 9 a.m.; Mount Comfort, community house, 11 a.m. September 10:. Cans Hill, church annex, 1:30 p.m.; White Rock, Mrs. Virginia Worley, 10:30 a.m. September 12: Morrow, Mrs, Mildred Seal, 1:30 p.m. lm^^ Daily Calendar of Events 'onight Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 1 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Far West Chapter No. I, Royal Arch Masons, Masonic 'emple, 7:30 p.m. President's Reception, Arkansas Union Ballroom, 7:30 p.m. ill 9 p.m. Goshen Masonic Lodge No. 413, Masonic Hall, 8 p.m. Preceptor Zeta of Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Ab Bidwell, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-war ndj* wt U3-2223 For Your Prescription N«»dt Se«U« QUAKER DRUG BE. 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