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September 16, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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ArlwttimB ®imra W /pI OMEN 6 · Monday, September 16, 1974 uiwn MRS. KENNETH L. BROWN . was Miss Marilia Baffen/ie!d he/ore her marriage at Wiggins Memorial United Methodist Church Miss Battenfield Is Recent Bride Opera To Start Season Goldovsky Grand Opera The aler will kick off the c'oncer season of Northwest Arkansas Community Concert Association with "La Traviala" on Oct. 21 according to J. E. McClelland president. Other attractions will be Th Obernkirchen Children's Choi on Nov. 13, Carnival de Mexic on Dec. 3. and The Romeros guitarists, on March 20. Newcomers may purchase season's membership at t h door on opening night, Oct. 21 McClelland said. Mrs. Wilbur Watson, secre tary. reports that membersni cards giving dates for the season will be mailed two weeks before the first concert. Personals I)r. and Mrs. Stephen Slephan lave' returned . f r o m Minnesota \vhere they were called by the :lea!l of her brother, Esker Shaffer. Guests in lite home o f - M r . and Mrs. Ralph F. NOG, 1412 North Garland Ave., during the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Hobson of New llochelle. N.Y., and William C. Parkinson and Miss Faye Floyd of Fort Smith. In an August ceremony, Miss Martha Battenfield and Kenneth Ij. Brown were united in marriage at Wiggins Memorial United Methodist Church. The bride is the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Battenfield of Elkins and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Carl Kennan, also of Elkins. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Maurice Lanier at the circular altar flanked by large urns filled with ferns. A single long- stemmed yeilow rose lay on the open altar Bible, and two candles, lighted as the service began, accented the subdued overhead lighting. The bride, presented in marriage by her father, wore a full-length gown of white chiffon with a bodice of Chan- A Lovelier You Accessories are important to the woman who is trying to bridge seasonal gaps. There's just nothing like a smart ha' or a colorful scarf to mak summer garments suitable fo: early autumn wear. Consider wearing a slouch ha made of eggplant-colored felt This type of attractive toppe would rejuvenate a cotton sui and lend distinction to a: autumn tweed coat. Long, long scarves may b wrapped around the neck an used to accent summer an winter pullovers. At the waistline, soft belt supply the finishing touches fo skirts of all seasons and al lengths. Leather, suede and pif skin handbags have also becom year-round items. Jewelry is popping up wi glistening beads, facsimile di monds, smoked pearls ar other costume gems. -Thin rop necklaces retain their popula ity another year. ly lace and full bishop sleeves th satin wrist trim. A satin sh with floor-length streamers icenled the full circular skirt, er chapel-length veil was Iged with lace and was at- ched to a wide oval lace cadpiccc. She carried her randmother's white Bible 'erlaid with fern, white sweet- Announcements Miss Dorman Miss Teresa Gayle Diinnnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schell of Fayeftcville, w n s named "Miss Congeniality" in the recent Miss Dogpatch USA contest at Marble Falls in competition with 33 girls. For her talent number s h e sang "People." Somber Colors New For Fall Besides boots, the new fal ccessories mean high-heeled T trap shoes; berets, cuffed kni aps, fedoras; yard-long muff ers often worn double; clutch houlder and satchel bags, evei lobo sacks, jewelry laden wit harms or made of fabric metals, or colorful plastic.- One more thing about fashio all '74. Color it somber: wine lunler green, beige-to-brow shades, gray and black. . Pure. Facial · \ . Mother Nature scores h i g. marks as a cosmetician, sine some of her pure products ca be used for pore-deep cleansin and for tonic skin conditioning An excellent.cleanser can b made from a tablespoon i almond meal and a -halt-te, spoon of honey. Mix these wi' enough milk to make a thic paste. Apply the mixture to th face, leaving it on for abo 10 minutes. Wash the face an follow with a splash of chilli witch hazel. luminescent Writing Sheet Is Patented TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) -- The glit dawned lor Becky Schroe- ·p one night when she was 10 i trying to do her homework ttic. dai'kness of Die family ar while waiting for her molh- NoW Becky's "luminescent ritihg sheet" lias received .S.- Patent Office Number 3,32,556--which may make her ne of the youngest patent hold- rs.in the nation. The young inventor, now 13 ame up with the idea of coal- ig a sheet of heavy paper will ihosphorescent paint, then us ng it as a hacking sheet nude riling paper. A minute or two wider an or inary light bulb keeps the acking sheet glowing as long s one or two hours, Becky said. Becky has two luminescen ivriting sheets. One has )hosphorescent coating .an lack lines. The other ha jhosphorescent lines on a plai! lacking. In either case, the user.ca! ee to write and to write neal iiiiuiiiiiiiiiiililiniiiii iiiiiiiiiiniiiniiia art class for children 521 6267 Thrift Tip Cut soap-filled scouring pads i halt lo double your supply nd sharpen your scissors. Pancake Sauce .Quick s a u c e for pancakes: mix light corn syrup with thawed and undiluted frozen orang* juice concentrate. inn.liilUHNIUIlUliUllllllUHB* Daily Calendar of Events 'onight ; j . . Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club,.Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7 : 40 p.m. f Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio , Yout 2-way radio ·"headtrtmrters IB c/ectronlca «lnc« 1934 S3) N. Collcuo .HJ-Z222 For Your PreKrlptfon N»«dt See Ui QUAKER DRUG tt E. Center - 4«-IM» City Parking Lot: Id Rear Tuesday · . Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group; Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9:30 a.m. Welcome Wagon Club, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 9:30 a.m. ' · ' . - . Weight Watchers, Gof£. Building, 9:30 a.m. Salvation Army Advisory Board, 17 West Rock, 12 noon Civilan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon ' : . 'American Red Cross, Chapter House,,4-p.m. Northsidc Rotary Club, Wyalt's, 6:15 p.m. Engineering Faculty Wives, Ozark Electric Hospitality Room, 6:33 p.m. . Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Retired Officers Group will meet at 5:m p.m. Friday at Wyatt's Cafeteria Col. William E. 0 Neil of eart roses and two yellow sebuds. At the close of the I D e eremony, the bride and bride- room presented their mothers ilh the rosebuds. Matron of honor, Mrs. Kathie attenfield, sister-in-law of the ride, and Miss Connie Balliot, ridesmaid, wore floor-length resses of royal blue chiffon ccented with matching satin ashes with floor-length strea- icrs and they carried a single ng-stemmed yellow rose, heir headpieces were shoulder- ength pale yellow illusion veils, he flower girl, Anita Kay lick, niece of the bridegroom, ;6re a similar dress and arried a .straw basket of ellow rose petals which she cattered on the blue carpeted isle. Leslie Howard served his cou- ;in as best man. Groomsman v'as Bruce Baltenfield, brother f the bride, and ushers were )avid Logan and Junior Howard. Mrs. Margaret Battenfield, jister-in-law of the bride, played a program of nuptial nusic at the organ preceding he wedding, and Frantz Bat- enfield, her brother, sang "One [*ove." Mrs. Battenfield chose a two- .Jece eggshell shantung ensem- ile with beige accessories. The jridegroom's mother chose a sale blue knit suit with white accesories. Their corsages were yellow and blue daisies. Mary Zeirh presided at, the guest book, Barbara Kennan and Helen Logue, sisters of the bridegroom, served at the reception, and keepsake yellow satin rose rice ba p gs were distributed by the bridesmaids. Following a brief honeymoon, the couple is at home in Mountain Home, Idaho, where the bridegroom is stationed with the U.S. Air Force. era . . Little Rook Air Force Base will Legion Auxiliary Entertains Patients American Legion Auxiliary entertained with the monthly birthday parties at t h e VA Hospital last week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, when W patients observed September birthdays. Cakes were baked by Johnsie Dean. Serving coffee and cake were Bob and Mabel Maddox, Millie Wier, Marguerite Roberts, Audrey Lightfoot, Liz Reif, Bernice Baker, and Bernie Binam. Pictures were made and given to each patient observing a birthday. Try Lentil Salad Cooked lentils make a thrifty and filling salad. Save the liquid in which you have cooked the lentils and add it to a barley soup. Because the mixture may look drab, you may want to add bits of minced parsley or scaliion. BIUYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, INC. "Everything for the expectant mother . .. and gifts for baby, too." 502 W. Emma Sprjngdale 751-1474 . Hrs. 9-5 Mon.-Sat. FASHION MATE* ZIG-ZAG sewing machine $ Features built-in blind-hem stitch,3 needle positions, exlra-widezig-zag capability, simple dial controls. REG.109.95 Carrying case or cabinet extra sewing machine AND CABINET 900/692 Hxclusives include: automatic built-in one- step buttonholcr, see-thru bobbin window, push-button front drop-in bobbin. Plus 'place-in' threading system, 10 built-in and 12 interchangeable stitches, all dial controls. 100 PRICE SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see Ihe yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES nl TOE 5INGCK COMPANY O P974 ^HL S1NGU COHHHY. 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