Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 8, 1974 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, September 8, 1974
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MB. AND MRS. DONALD McCORMACK .. .she was the -former Miss Cathy Rice McCormick-Rice Vows Exchanged Redeemer Lutheran Church in Mountain H o m e w a s Ihc scene at 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Saturday [or the wedding of Miss Cathey Ellen Rice and Ronald Lee McCormick. Parents of the bride are Mrs. F. Mnxiincliuuk of Chicago, III., and Lawrence Rice of Little Rock. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCormick of Little Rock. The Rev. E. Roth performed the double ring ceremony before the altar with two'standing vases holding orange and yellow daisies on either side. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a dress of white dotted swiss with an empire waistline, sheer bodice and accents of lace. She w o r e a large brimmed w h i t e hat yellow and orange daisies. ies and carried a bouquet of yellow and orange daisies, chrysanthemums and pink rose buds. Miss Marsha Shackleford was maid of honor and Mrs. Jennifer Woodville was bridesmaid. Sonja Byrant was flower girl. Miss Shackelford wore an orange dotted swiss dress and Mrs. Woodville's gown was yellow. They both wore large brimmed hats and carried bouquets of daisies. Miss Byrant wore a dress of green dolled swiss. Paul Blore was best man anc Steven McCormick was grooms rr.;m. Ushers were Bertram Rice, Douglas Rice and Dayic Rice. Eric Kirchner was ring bearer. Mrs, Maximchuck wore a long turquoise gown and Mrs. McCormick wore a long r o s e gown. Both wore corsages of white daisies and roses. The couple is making their lome in Fayetleville. / or WOMEN Sunday, Sept. 8, 1974 9 9A Blue Jeans Are Big News For Back-To-School Jeans are everywhere these days and there seems to be no end in sight to their popularity The joys ot denim -have trans cended generation gaps, clas distinctions and occupations Once the exclusive property o cowboys, farmers, laborers youngsters and hippie culture jeans were taken over by the French, who've made them a way of life. They are now in eluded in top couturier lines sucl as Yves St. Laurent, Givenchy and Cardin. They are worn 05 mature folk, including celebr: ties, and have become a stapl wearing apparel item for thos ujider 30 around the world. No one knows for sure wha has caused this craze but som conjecture that because o greater Amounts of leisure tim and more and more peop! moving to suburban area many folks are leading a mor relaxed life style and are takin to informality in dressing. Some of the younger folks ar not happy with just plain stor bought jeans. They like to d their own thing to add a persoi alized touch, such as appliqu ing or embroidering a desig on them.- Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Brannan of Fayelteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Deborah, to Hex Fields, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carie Fields of Elkins. T h e bride-to-be is a 1973 graduate ol Fayetteville H i g h School, and her fiance is a 1973 graduate of Elkins High School. Both are employed locally. The wedding will be an event of 2 o'clock in the afternoon on Sept. 14, at the First Pentecostal Church of God on Highway 62 West. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Junior High School Scouts Organize One Troop All Girl Scouts in the seventh, ·ighth, and ninth grades are invited to attend the kick-off meeting of the new school year on Monday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Woodland Junior High bc- LOOl.- Fayetteville will have only one junior high Girl Scout troop his year, Mrs. James Rohr- lach, co-leader with Mrs. Chares Turner, has announced. Girls who are' new to Scouting jre especially urged to attend the organizational meeting, Mrs. Rohrbach said. At a recent week-end camp- jut and planning session at Horseshoe Bend, the Cadettes and their leaders developed a four-point program for the coming year: Environment. Studying the problems of pollution, especially polluted water in Northwest Arkansas. This will be done by canoeing in the area, studying the effect of pollution, and helping to correct them. Fine Arts. Attending dramatic productions at the University o Arkansas. Also studying photi graphy as an art form. Community Action. Involviif the entire community in an a tivity, such as an organize clean-up campaign. Out of-doors. Backpaekin Woman's Word y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Here are some quotable uoles from women during the cck: "I'll show them how to run i orderly house. I think it akes n madam of an honest ordello to show them how to un an honest system." Beverly barrel], madam of the Cottoti- lil Ranch in Licla Junction, ev., who is in a run-off for Nevada State Assembly to rep- esont her district. "It's, the greatest thing that's appeneJ to this country, hink all the politicians will be rue blue again. They're not go ng to be dishonest". Martha litchcll speaking of Presiden Nixon's resignation, during i tarty tor her son, Jay Jen ings, before his marriage in 'ylcrtown, Miss. "I don't think men Find it otic letting orders from a woman. ! liink I'm taken , seriously.' lita Marshall, named the firs! voman news'editor, in the 186 'ear history ot The .Times 0 London. "I don't consider myself yoman's libber, but I do be ievo in equal opportunity, -tnow many people are watch ng me to see how T do. I won' ;et up on a soap box and speak out, but I hope my performance s a pilot can speak out for me." Lt. Judy Neuffcr, who pi- oted a Navy P3 weather reconnaissance plane into the eye of a Caribbean hurricane, the first woman Navy pilot to do so. "To be against volunteerism s ridiculous. Volunteerism is ilmosl a proving ground for a jerson's worth. Women volun- eers are not necessarily middle-aged housewives trying ,o kill time, Some are men and I many are professional women supplying needs that would otherwise be unavailable." Sally :armichael of Jackson. Miss., loodwill Industries Volunteer of the Year. To Marry This Month rappelling, camping, exploring, swimming, boating, and other sports. Two UofA students, Pam Rice and Marsha Trammel, will assist the leaders in working wtih the troop. For more information, interested girls may call Mrs. Rohrbach at 521-1579. Senior Girl Scouts may call Mrs. Turner at 442-4507 for information about the senior troop's organizational meeting, planned for a later date. Mrs. Jiianifa Adcox of Fay- etleville announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Susan Elaine, to Michael Ray Johnson, sou of Mr, and Mrs. Willard Johnson, also of Fayetteville. The wedding will he an event of 7:30 o'clock in the evening on Friday, Sept. 27, at Buckner Baptist Church. Le Bon Ton Beauty Shop wishes to thank all of our past patrons. W« regret that we are having to close our shop because of circumstances beyond our control. We cordially thank our many friends for their past patronage. fflMlltlllffllllHIIIfflllM^ Daily Calendar of Events Today Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. NWA Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Picnic, Beaver Lake Cabin of Mrs. James Stewart, 4 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Mr. And Mrs, Lancaster In a ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 10, at Lookout Point on White Rock Mountain, Barbara Cooper became the hrtde of Eugene Lancaster. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cloyce Treece of Texhoma, Okla., and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lancaster of Fayelte- ville. After a rcceplion at another scenic point on the mountain, the couple left for a trip to Oklahoma. They are now at home in Fayelteville. Hints From Heloise-Just A Chip Off Soap Bubbles Fun To Use In Guest Bathroom SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio lour 2-way radio headquarters to electronic* ilnce 1929 520 N. Colleze 143-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking Lot In Re« Dear Heloise: Here's something your readers might have fun with if HIPV enjoy experimenting: I had a bowl full of soap chips that I was saving. I just barely covered them with water and let them stand for a few days till they melted down. I then took my electric beater and whipped the mixture up till it was creamy and smooth. I originally was going ake a soap on a rope to but ·HOST JON: Have you noticed that you strive to save some money and, ust as you smile, some unex- lectcd thing or incident hap lens to use it more? IJJHKG n *JV*- t r - · · -- · . _ found this to be too mushy. So I got out my cake decorating bag and tips, and I made designs like rosettes and seashells. Some of the mixture I tinted rose, and some green, with food coloring. ; I set it aside for a few days . a n d found that the green had turned bright turquoise and the rose was shrimp color. Ihc design had shrunk a little bu they were still cute. ' I used one to wash my hands ; and it sort of just melted (like cotton candy in your mouth), but it gave a lot of suds. I had so much fun with this that I can't wait until I get another bowl full of chips. I m using my little designs as guest soaps in my bathroom. Because they are so airy they float. I thought you. mighi like to have some fun with this too Dorlene Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. . . Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind Bulterfield School, All Day Every Day · " · Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. Board of Realtors, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary, VFW Hall, 6 p.m. Business and Professional Women's Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. NWA Insurance Women, Heinle's Restaurant, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Ozark Literacy Tutor Training, Central United Methodist Church, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Four Seasons Garden Club, Mrs. J. D. McFarland, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. La Leche League, Mrs. Melanee King, 8 p.m. A New Evening of Mime, Fine Arts Gallery, 8 p.m. My Dear Heloise: I have used so many of your deas that I have to pass mine on to you. This is strictly for us heavy girls. When putting on panty hose sprinkle them damp first. It is unbelievable how they stretch! In seconds, they will dry anc mold to your body. They may be worn all day with no discom fort as they are stretched to your shape. Mrs. Sue Mutone Dear Heloise: Since T mail out quite a few packages and I have my own postal scale, I stamps on the put siCfucicn package, then just leave it at the post office counter. This saves wailing in line. Susan CXPIftT WATCH HEPAIK - ·J^' ' ' ' / 4. ·/ W V^^W\' V SWIFTS HN»rth RtnrV At ATTENTION! Non-Profit Organizations Saturday, October S. The Northwest Arkansas Plaza Merchants Association is inviting all local church groups, civic organizations and service clubs to take part in an OPEN MARKET Ifll Be a Great Fund Raising Event! For More Information Call or Write: TRACEY HAtL PROMOTION DIRECTOR NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA " FAYETTEVIIAE, ARKANSAS 72701 521-6151 shuie/l ion/or 'lazo So Near So Much Bedroom Beauty Fit For A Queen! ORIG. 8.99 BT99 ~)ng. 3.79 pr. Standard "illowcases 2.99 "·-. Decorator sheets in silky smooth no-iron polyester and cotton percale. Patterns and c o o n . colors to delight any taste. . . floral, polka dots, and stripes in rich shades of blue, green, Queen Size Pillows SAVINGS SIGNAL Allergy free "Debut" pillows filled with Pacron n8 polyester. Machine washable and dryer. c able Polyester and collon cover in blue with white floral stripe Now.. .Three Convenient Ways To Charge These two popular credit cards plus your Dillard's credit card .. .At All DILLARD'S and DILLARD'S Pfeifer-BIass Stores hi Arkarmc Open Monday Thru Saturday 10 A.M. Until 9 P.M.

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