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September 15, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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this f n that About Town BY MARY ALICE PEARSON It's fall -- time to tidy up ths garden, put away cotton slipcovers and reward the family for summer-long gas saving efforts with a drive to the nearest hiking spot to savor the air and nature's annual color extravaganza. You can return from your outing with an armload of interesting grasses, pods and flowers whose delightful aromas, eye-catching shapes and natural colors will spruce-up any room of your home. Begin at (he front door with a wicker half-basket filled with bright, welcoming straw flowers, proceed to a foyer fragrant with eucalyptus stalks and into a living room sparked with a dramatic arrangement of tall grasses with feathery plumes. In the kitchen, a container such as an antique brass bowl or a perky rooster vase from the florist will add a piquant, country air when filled with statice, golden wheat or a mixture of dried materials in copper, burnished greens and berries. Fall is the season of bright color and form in meadow and field. So let the year's harvest of dried flowers and plants brighten your home and your world -- naturally. Observing birthdays last weekend were Mrs. Bert Lewis, her 97th, and Will F. Thomas, his 96th. Mitchell Blackston, son of Lynn and Bob Blackston, noted his 13th birthday on September 13, and it was Friday, too. Joan and Ray Sakey of Sydney, Australia have been houseguests of Nell and Jack Tuck who were the host family last year for their son, Brian, who has a tennis scholarship at the University and lives at Pomfret Hall. During their stay in Fayetteville, the Sakeys also visited Sue and Jeff Cook--Jeff is Brian's tennis coach. Patti Ward, daughter of Maxine and Dr. Wendall Ward, who is attending the University of Missouri at Columbia, has pledged Kappa Kappa Gamma. Maxine and Dr. Ward have just returned from an exciting trip to South Africa where he attended the South African National and International Radiological Congress in Johannesburg. They also went to Durbin on the Indian Ocean, to Zulaland, Swaziland to Kruger National Park and Victoria Falls where they met friends of Mary and George Holcomb, »nd proving it's a small world, they talked with a man in a hotel one evening to find that he is Barbara Crook's broth- Members of Circle I of Central United Methodist Church went to Bella Vista last week for their regular meeting with members Dottie Gee and Daisy Stump at Concordia. The business meeting and program was held in DolUe's apartment and luncheon was served in Daisy's apartment. Mary Margaret Grumpier gave the program, "Faith, Hope and Love, and the Greatest of These is Love." Others going along were Nadine McKinney, Arline Becker, Grace Hall, Matt Harison, Claudia Logan, 'Mrs. Lamb. Doris Jolly, Mary Cole, Mrs. Street and Laverne Hendricks. Bonnie Carson, daughter of Betty and VV. L. Carson of Pinnacle Star Route, Elkins, and a senior at St. Paul High School, was recently notified that she is to be featured in the the Eight Annual Edition of Who's Who Among American High School Students, the largest student award publication in the nation. A group of friends planned a surprise picnic for J. K. Gregory on Labor Day on the lawn at his home, which had to be moved to another site because of the rainy day. Despite the downpour, lots of friends came. Bids were extended Tuesday and 40 girls were pledged by sororities at the University of Arkansas. Pledged by Alpha Chi Omega were Shelley Edelen, Lorraine Oft, Nancy Hull, Kathleen Stacy, Ann Brandon and Jocclyn Brown; Alpha Delta Pi, Jerry King; Chi Omega, Martha Gordon, Greer Marshall, Kathy McDonald, Suzanne Tortorich, Diana Brinkly and Becky Bogle; Delta Delta Delta, Nina Fort, Cindy Featherston, Carol Hughes, Sandy Weaver, Leslie Day, Becky Mosley, Cindy Lowe, Doris Dem'sey. Mary Feltych and Lee Sanders; Delta Gamma, D'Ann Derrick, Debra Holland, Melissa Keeling and Lila Garrett; Kappa Alpha Theta, Theresa Orion; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Cathee Grain, Ann Raley and Jennifer Phillips; Phi Beta Phi, Terri Clark, Jane Hamilton, Kay Huckabee and Kathy Smith; and Zeta Tau Alpha, Casey Haggerman, Patty Morris, Mimi Baldwin, Debbie Moorehead and Kathy Davis. Fenner Upchurch is Pan- hellenic rush chairman. Ruth and Ellis Shelton with daughter, Marcia, who has come home to live and attend the University of Arkansas, spent the weekend in Hazen with another daughter, Patty Allen, and her husband, Gusty. They all attended the Razorback football game in Little Rock last night. Sandra and Mike Hopkins announce the b i r t h of daughter, Kristen Lane. Proud grandparents are Nancy and Ralph Goff of Fayetteville and Willow Dean and Fred Hopkins of North Little Rock. Especially proud of her. tenth great granddaughter is Mrs. R. D. Goff, Sr., of Fayetteville. The Mary Campbell Gregory Alumnae Club of Pi Beta Phi will entertain pledges and new housemother, Marion Daugherty at a picnic at the J. K. Gregory home at 5:30 p.m. Monday. In case of rain, the picnic will be held at the Pi Phi house. Any new Pi Phis in the area are invited to attend. The Fayetteville Parks and Recreation Department is offering a women's exercise program at the Youth Center daily from 8:3» until 9:30 a.m. LaQuita Cannon is the instructor. It will soon be lime for all the bazaars that so m a n y churches and other organizations sponsor. It is our pleasure to work with and for you in making yours the success that we all want it to be; So, we ask you to make arrangements for your pictures and other publicity well in advance, and when the time comes to use it, we'll be prepared. It does Uke time to process pictures and arrange for space, in the pkpor. Working together we'll all be happy. To Marry Next Month The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Diana Lee Campbell to Lt. George Michael Rampulla, U.S.A.F., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Withers Campbell of Columbus, Miss. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rampulla of Williamsport, Pa. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Minnie Harvey and Mrs. Bertha Camphell, both of Faycltcvllle. She is presently a senior at Mississippi University of Women. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of the United States Air Force Academy and at present is in pilot training at Columbus Air Force Base. The Oct. 5 wedding will he solemnized at Carrier Chapel on the MUW campus at 1 p.m. Couple Will Note Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Kerry McAlis- er of Fayelteville will observe' heir fiftieth wedding anniver- iary Sunday, Sept. 22. The couple was married Sept. 1, 1924 at Russellville and have been residents of Fayetteville or the past 17 years. The anniversary will be ob served with open house between the hours of 2 p.m.' and 5 p.m in the McAlister home at 1806 Janice Avenue. Their son, Kerry LaVan, o Austin, Tex., and his family wil be hosts for the occasion. Jfarffiuwat Arkansas -/or OMEN 8A * Sunday, Sept. 15, 1974 Seminars PIanne 'American Women: The Changing Mystique," one of Iwo [2-wcek seminars lo be held on he University of Arkansas campus will befiiii Wednesday nighl, Sept. 19 in Room 239 of h e Graduate Education Building. Mary Cocliran, women's rop- jrams adviser for the Arkansas Jnion and convenor for the course, said Ihe seminars arc 'or and about women, however, hey are open to both men and women. She will be assisted by 3ina Cagle. The Wednesday night workshop will examine what Miss Cochran calls "the rapidly :hanging, and often contradict o r y , expectations society places on today's women with purpose of helping the participants to choose goals and lifestyles that,.are best- suited for :heml" ' . 0 '," ' i The tentative course outline for the workshops is: Tradition -- Sex Role Stereotyping -'Growing up Female"; Women and the Law-Law Women?,.Ima. ?es -- Media, Literature, etc.; Psychology. Issues -- Equa Rights Amendment; Rape- Storm?; Radical Feminism; Women's Health, Options -Women at Work; Back to School?; Lifestyles; W h a t y o u can do about discrimination! Also, convening for 12 weeks Tuesday · nights, beginning Sept. 18, is the seminar workshop, "Women and Literature." It will be taught by Dr. Carol Lindquist of the Department of English in Room 229 of the Graduate Education Building. Both courses will run two hours each Tuesday and Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. A registration fee for each course must be paid in order to attend. Miss Nancy Nettles Is Bride Trapnall Hall in Litlle Rock was the selling for Ihe Saturday morning, Sept. 7, wedding of Miss Ann Nellies and C h a s e Savage Reid. Dr. Gcorfle E. Ivy of Hot Springs read (lie marriage vows for 'the couple, who will live in Fayelleville .atler a wedding trip. Judith Brueske Named To University Staff Judith M. -Brueske, who is completing her Ph. D. degree in anthropology from the University of California, at Riverside, has been named an instructor in anthropology at the University of Arkansas, according to Dr. M.P. Hoffman, chairman of the Anthropology Department. Miss Brueske received her master's degree from California State University, where she taught during the past academic year. She has done extensive cultural anthropology field work among the Zapotec Indians of Southern Mexico, about whom she wrote her Ph. D dissertation. Will Schell, president-elect 9f the Arkansas Water Well Association, with his wife, Doris, and daughter, Kim, will altend the National convention in Denver beginning Friday and counting until the next Friday. Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha sorority actives, alumnae advisors and board members, as well as others on the University campus are gelling to know Janet Decker, a native of Bartlesville, Okla., who is the new Zeta 'housemother. Delightful, outgoing, easy to know, she became a housemother for the first time two years ago, after serving as secretary at St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Bartlesville for seven years. She comes to Fayetteville from Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. She is the mother of two daughters, Janice Hirsch, who was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority at OSU, and Mary Canada, who was a Pi Phi at the University of Arkansas. Hobbies and interests outside being a member of her alumnae association, PEO, and Hospital Auxiliary, include knitting, bridge and reading. But she points out t h a t her daughters have been her main interest and it was through their encouragement that she became a housemother. Mrs. Decker will be introduced in the near future both at an informal coffee given jointly by the Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae and the Mother's Club and a tea in her honor by Epsilon Chapter. Georgia Kimbro Elrod, Siloam Springs' first woman lawyer, who recently passed the Arkansas State Bar exam, has joined the firm of Elrod and Elrod, in which her husband, John, and his father, Russell, are members. Slje is also the only woman lawyer in Benton County. The always "successful and lookcd-forward-to Charity Ball, an annual January event, given by members of Junior Civic League, is already in the planning stage. It will take place on Jan. 31, 1975 at Fayetteville Country Club and general chairmen will be Janice Taylor and Belly Davis, Betsy Cole will be in charge of decorations; Marilyn Eason. gifts; Mary Carolyn Pendletqn, food; Mildred Younkin, publicity; Cindy Johnson, invitations; Bea Allen, seating; Dot Sullivan and Anne Sloan, program; Rosemary Prewitt, band; and Helen Fields, reservations. fKFABRIC SAVINGS FALL PRINTS Guaranteed machine washable. 100% cotton and cotton/poryester blends. Golden Nugget, OH Glory and Garden Lane require little or no ironing. 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SO-FRO FABRICS always first qu ality fabrics NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA OPEN DAILY 'TIL 9 P.M. iichaddson, Texas, a junior in he College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Arkansas, as received a scholarship of 500 from the Pleasant Ridge resbyterian unurcii of Cincin- lati, Ohio, according to Dr. Charles E. Bishop, president. Dr. Bishop also announced erry Jones, a freshman of Bentonville had received a sho- MRS. CHASE S. REID . ..was Miss Nancy Ann Nettles before her marriage at Trapiwll Uall In Little Rock Three UA Students Receive Scholarships Special music was provided by Mamcs A. Tapp of Dallas, Tex., and J.B. McClelland of Fayelteville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nellies of Little Hock, formerly of Fay- etlevllle, and Hie bridegroom is the son of t\rs. Hoyt M. Dobbs of Hot Springs and the lata Fredric S. Reid of Springfield, in.'' : The bridegroom graduated from the University .of Arkansas. The bride -is also a graduate of the University at FayeUeville.c ' ' The bride was given in marriage by her father and was attended by her sister, Mrs. Robert A. Stratum. F. Ervan Wimberly was best man. Essay Published By UA Instructor Dr. James S. Chase, professor of history and chairman: of th» University' of Arkansas Depart- men tof History, is the author of an essay published recently in the "Forums in History" series of Forum Press of St. Louis. Mo. ' ' The e s s a y is entitled "Tha National Party Convention: Retrospect and Prospect." It is designed, Dr. Chase said, for college blassdoom use and deals with the development of tile national political convention from the early 19lh Century to tha present lime. It also considers, he said, several proposed alternatives to the convention, such as the direct presidential primary. Despite uie convention system's occasional failures, Dr. Chase concludes, -"it generally has worked well in the past and is still preferable to the national primary for the nomination of candidates for tha presidency." He serves on the Arkansas American Revolution Bicentennial Committee and the Arkansas Humanities Program Committee. larship of $500 from the Word Processing Association of Arkansas, headquartered in Little Rock, for Jones' being named the state's 1974 "Mr. Future Business Leader of Arkanas." John Hargrave of Mountain Home is the recipient of a $200 study grant from the Mountain home Scholarship Fund, Inc., for the first semester of this academic year. Moore Graduates ORLANDO, Fla.-Navy Airman Apprentice Rickey D. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moore of Springdala graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center. He is scheduled to report lo Aviation Storekeeper School, Meridan, Miss. 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